In this subdued Kiki's Delivery Service cosplay, Kiki has an existential crisis and considers her life choices, as is the case when people mature.

Cosplayer and YouTuber Ginny Di (@/itsginnydi) shared a photo of herself portraying the title character from Kiki's Delivery Service "one zillion years ago" in a costume. With her black outfit and vibrant red ribbon tucked into her bob cut, the cosplayer perfectly captures the image of the young witch. She even visits a nearby forest while carrying her broomstick over her shoulder, potentially illustrating the point at which Kiki experiences burnout and loses her capacity to fly and converse with Jiji. Ginny spoke to the challenge of pursuing a passion as a career in her caption, which included a phrase from the movie.

Di specializes in developing unique Dungeons & Dragons characters, and she makes humorous gifs to introduce them. Additionally, she has cosplayed as Daenerys from Game of Thrones and a number of other characters from Critical Role, a play series that features Dungeons & Dragons voice actors. She uploads humorous Dungeons & Dragons-related videos to her YouTube channel, where she has amassed over 500,000 subscribers. Her most well-liked video has received over 1.5 million views.

Regarding the 1989 Hit Movie Deliveries from Kiki

Premiering in 1989 under acclaimed director Hayao Miyazaki, Kiki's Delivery Service follows a young witch-in-training named Kiki who, as customary of witches, leaves home to find a new place to live. When she arrives at Koriko with her beloved black cat Jiji, Kiki sets up a business delivering goods via broomstick, aptly branded "Witch Delivery Service." However, life in the city is very different from what she envisioned, and Kiki's journey isn't as easy as she thought as she navigates her new world.


How Kiki's Delivery Service Still Motivates People

Despite being over 30 years old, Kiki's Delivery Service remains one of the most loved Studio Ghibli films ever. In director Makoto Shinkai's latest film Suzume, the director pays homage to Kiki by inserting a few Easter eggs, such as the theme song from Kiki, "Rouge Message." Knowing how integral Ghibli films are in many viewers' childhoods, by bringing elements from films like Kiki into Suzume, Shinkai hoped to bring Suzume's world "much closer to our own reality," making it more "relatable."

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