Warrior and pacifist Princess Nausicaä desperately struggles to prevent two warring nations from destroying themselves and their dying planet.
|发行公司||KyivMusicFilm (re-release) (2019) (Theatrical) (Ukraine)|
|Rank Organisation (1987) (Theatrical) (United Kingdom)|
|Novyy Disk (2010) (DVD) (Russia)|
|Pioner (2019) (Theatrical) (Russia)|
- After the heavily re-written and edited 1985 release of this movie in the United States and Europe (as "Warriors of the Wind"), which substantially changed the movie, in addition to cutting nearly twenty-five minutes of footage, Writer and Director 宫崎骏 was hesitant to release any of his movies outside of Japan. Miyazaki demanded that any new licensor for his movies be contractually bound to do no edits whatsoever aside from a straight translation and dub. Disney (who bought the rights to all of Miyazaki's movies except 鲁邦三世：卡里奥斯特罗城 (1979)) has honored this stipulation.
- Nausicaä is the name of a princess in Homer's Odyssey and means "burner of ships".
- Writer and Director 宫崎骏 was still so upset by the truncated "Warriors of the Wind" version of Nausicaä, that when 哈维·韦恩斯坦 approached him to discuss the distribution to 幽灵公主 (1997) and insisted on a similar heavily cut version of the movie, Miyazaki angrily left the meeting. Several days later, Studio Ghibli producer 铃木敏夫 sent a katana sword to Weinstein's office with "NO CUTS" embedded into its blade. The movie was later released in the U.S. in its uncut version. During a later interview, Miyazaki commented on the incident by smiling and stating "I defeated him."