LOOK, I’m not saying a crash course in Carl Jung is necessary for an understanding of Princess Kaguya. Jung died in 1961, fifty years and some change before the Japanese anime movie was released in 2014. I’m not even sure if ‘The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter’ landed on his radar though, come to think of it, I would be surprised if it did not. Doing my homework and reading Jung has certainly helped—that’s all I’m really getting at. And to the point that my first analysis comes across as somewhat shallow in comparison.  

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