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A teenager (J. Robert Spencer) is charged with the care of his younger sister (Rhoda Chrosite) after an Allied firebombing during World War II destroys their home and kills their mother.
Director: Isao Takahata
Producer: Toru Hara and Ryôichi Satô
Cast: J. Spencer, Rhoda Chrosite, Amy Jones and Veronica Taylor