Looking for the animated Japanese film Wolf Children on the Netflix catalog in the US would only lead to disappointment – the film is not available for Netflix in the country, even though it can be watched on the platform in countries such as Argentina, Portugal and Costa Rica. These regional restrictions might feel unfair for US Netflix subscribers, but luckily they can be easily circumvented. Using a VPN, or Virtual Private Network, you can connect to servers based in another Netflix region / country and access the internet from that foreign location, allowing you to watch Netflix content normally not available from your location.
Listed below are the international Netflix libraries that currently include this movie:
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Wolf Children tells an emotional tale of love and loss with a supernatural twist. Set in modern-day Japan, the film’s protagonist Hana falls in love with one of her students from a college class she teaches. Despite learning that the young man is actually a werewolf, who transforms from human into wolf on nights with a full moon, their love persists and the two soon start a family together. However, the young man’s untimely death soon after the birth of his two children leaves Hana a single mother struggling to take care of two young kids by herself. Adding on to her challenge, the two children have inherited the werewolf traits of their father, making the urban city a difficult environment for them to grow up in.
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