'Josee, The Tiger And The Fish' review: A heartwarming, somewhat melodramatic, anime


'Is there a tiger around the corner? Tell me now.' Photos: AtriNaga

Do not be fooled. Despite the same style of titles, this animated Japanese film has absolutely nothing to do with The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe. If you’re expecting a Chronicles Of Narnia sequel with a godlike lion, you’ve come to the wrong place.

But what is Josee, The Tiger And The Fish about? Well, it’s set in modern-day Japan, and it’s a sweet little love story about two unlikely people who fall in love.

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A heartwarming, if sometimes melodramatic anime

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