The tunnels in the works of Hayao Miyazaki are always too long, always narrow, the light in them is always losing itself and darkness is breaking in.
In “Spirited Away”, the tunnel, as the birth channel of every idea, first and foremost means the beginning of a new journey and the end of a previous one. On the way to their new home, a family is looking for the right way, but finds a deserted amusement park, where the food is still smoking and the chairs are still warm. Fish, meat, fruits and vegetables are bulging on the stalls that an audience would visit if it was enough of fun or hunger was too big. The ten-year-old girl of this family, Chihiro, does not trust all this the gluttony does not entice her, her something is vain.