"In Miyazaki’s films, there is no attempt to "mold" my child’s character; no trying to "teach him a lesson," make him a better person or help him grow up to make the world a better place. There are values if you look for them, but essentially these films are just plain fun. One of my favorites is Porco Rosso. The story’s hero is a freelance bounty hunter who flies his bright red airplane around the Mediterranean hunting down air pirates for cash. And yes, he is a pig. The film is great fun, there are scenes that will literally take your breath away, and the drama is as sophisticated as that of many adult films. But there’s something else. Around my third or fourth viewing, it dawned on me that Porco Rosso is an anarcho-capitalist!"