Originally Posted by Comics Alliance
Whether you're an avid fan of Hayao Miyazaki's Nausicaš of the Valley of the Wind manga, its 1984 Studio Ghibli anime adaptation, Neon Genesis Evangelion or... just awesome things in general... you may want to sit down before watching the recently released Giant God Warrior Appears in Tokyo short. Commissioned by former Nausicaš animator and Evangelion writer/director Hideaki Anno for The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo in 2012 as part of a special Tokusatsu exhibition, the short was produced by Studio Ghibli (a live action first for the studio) and directed by Shinji Higuchi, known for his work as a writer and storyboard artist of the Evangelion anime and its related movies, and special effects director of numerous live action kaiju films.
Fascinating and ultimately bizarre combination of suits, puppetry, miniatures, and the kitchen sink. There's no real subtitles, so you can skip the first minute or so if you don't want to wait for the buildup.