The last Studio Ghibli film by Hayato Miyazaki is The Wind Rises (2013), which has been getting almost universal praise. It is an entertaining fictionalized film about the dream for creating a perfect plane and there is also a subplot of a doomed romance. There is some great artwork and sequences, particularly the Great Kanto earthquake of 1923 is rendered ina beautiful fashion. However, there is a large elephant in the room of the story of the invention of the Zero fighter by Jiro Horikoshi: almost absolute omission of Japan's war of aggression and colonization of China and SE Asia. Horiskoshi is portrayed as a saintly engineer focused on creating a beautiful plane and oblivious to everything else including the purpose of his creation and that is a bit hard to swallow. There's a scene where he is allowed to observe Nazi technological advances in aviation and asked a colleague who they will go to war with--come on...there is no way that he was that naive and Miyazaki avoids confronting any hard questions and also avoids being an apologist.