I recently showed my new wife 'Howl's Moving Castle' and 'Spirited Away' -- and she fell completely in love with them. There were tears, laughter, wonder, admiration, associations of dreams she herself had experienced -- all of those aspects of Miyazaki's films that I cherish as well. How is he able to tap into the human psyche so effectively? What is it about his imagery and his selection of character and story elements that touches each of us so deeply? I am in awe of Miyazaki-san's talent and the unfettered breadths of his imagination.