Director: Hiromasa Yonebayashi.
Besides the human world, there are others. Humanity is not the only population on planet Earth. And those who think otherwise should simply be pitied. The main characters of this story are small creatures that live next to people, but they are afraid to approach them at close range. The Clock family are four-inch-tall people, leads their own lives, and cares for each other like a single whole. Kids want their life, their reality to be the same as that of people. Only the bad moments are immediately crossed out, making them much better than they really are.
A little princess of the people, a midget named Arrietty tries to make friends with a man. She has long wanted to see the world of people from the inside, so that they can calmly integrate into it. And not to live in the forests, because it has become extremely dangerous. She meets a fourteen-year-old schoolboy, and a warm relationship is established between them. The boy is ready to show her his reality, but in return asks to look at the capital of the Clock with at least one eye. A deal is a deal, and now the protagonists must go through many obstacles in order to once and for all consolidate a strong bond between their peoples. Only now, will the two races be able to share one large and important land, where living is already becoming crowded?