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  • 本片根据零式战斗机设计师堀越二郎的人生事迹和作家堀辰雄的同名小说改编。银角大王
  • Human voices are largely used as sound effects, such as engine roars and earthquake sound.
  • After the first screening of the film, director 宫崎骏 said it was the first time he ever cried during the screening of his own movie.
  • The protagonist Jirô Horikoshi is a fictional character made from a mix of the actual lives of Tatsuo Hori, the author of the short story of the same name, and Jiro Horikoshi, the designer of the Zero fighter aircraft. The title comes from Hori's translation of a quote from 保罗·瓦莱里's poem "Le cimetière marin".
  • The earthquake and fire was the result of the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake.
  • The original Japanese version of film poster shows Naoko painting alone on a hillside, her skirt billowing in the wind. The US version portrays the same scene, but adds Jiro leaning over to kiss her and a paper plane flying overhead.
  • In early 2013, the 72 year old 宫崎骏 announced that he would retire after the release of "The Wind Rises", marking his sixth such announcement. Since then, many rumors have circulated stating that he has announced his return to feature films once again - however, these are unfounded and based on pure speculation from Ghibli co-founder 铃木敏夫. Suzuki himself has since stepped down as producer.
  • The song sung by Jiro, Castorp and others at dinner is "Das gibt's nur einmal, das kommt nicht wieder" " ("This happens only once, it doesn't come again") from the German musical comedy film Der Kongreß tanzt (The Congress Dances (1932) ).
  • Hans Castorp, the German man at the hotel, has the same name as the main character from The Magic Mountain. In this book, Hans has tuberculosis, similar to a character in the film.
  • Many have speculated that the character of Castorp was inspired by the real life of Soviet spy Richard Sorge.
  • This is the first time Hideaki Anno (voice of Jiro) has acted in a full length feature animated film. His animation production company, Studio Khara also provided animation support.
  • This was the last Studio Ghibli film to be distributed by Disney in the US.
  • 宫崎骏 originally intended Naoko's line in the last scene to be "Kite" ("Come along"), identifying her with Beatrice in paradise in 但丁's Divine Comedy, but later changed it to "Ikite" ("Live on").
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