And it sucks eggs.
You can see it on YouTube if you want. You're not missing anything if you don't, other than some cheap, low-budget knockoff of Isao Takahata's 1988 anime. Good Lord, does it suck. Why is it that live-action Japanese movies are always so cheap? This looks like it was slapped together by teenagers with daddy's video camera on a long weekend. And it's just copying the Ghibli original, shot-by-shot.
Ugh. Look, kids, if you want to see what a live-action Takahata movie looks like, watch this.