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In This Corner of the World

"In This Corner of the World" is an animation movie; its subject is Hiroshima during World War II. However, it doesn't depict the war from the viewpoint of soldiers but a young woman. She doesn't see battlefields and can't know what is happening, but her daily life is changing as time passes. I was so impressed with this movie when I watched it for the first time last summer. I also bought and read the comics, and I'll watch the extended edition of this, "In This Corner (and Other Corners) of the World," this summer.
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In This Corner of the World
"In This Corner of the World" is an animationed movie; its subject is Hiroshima during World War II.
'Animated' in this case functions as an adjective describing the movie, rather than as a part of the noun itself.
However, it doesn't depict the war from the viewpoint of soldiers but a young woman.
She doesn't see battlefields and can't know what is happening, but her daily life is changing as time passes.
I was so impressed with this movie when I watched it for the first time last summer.
'so impressed' isn't technically incorrect, but some readers may expect you to describe what you did because you were impressed e.g. "I was so impressed [...] that I recommended it to all my friends."

You could say 'I was very impressed', but honestly the way you wrote it is much more elegant so I wouldn't want you to change it! In particular this kind of emphasis "I was so impressed", "I had such a good time", "it was so good" is more commonly used by women than men, it's cute!
I also bought and read the comics, and I'll watch the extended edition of this, "In This Corner (and Other Corners) of the World," this summer.

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