2. Napier mentions that Miyazaki displays a strong ethical or moralistic agenda within his films. How would you define this “agenda”? Can you give any examples from the film you watched or the films mentioned in the article?3. Miyazaki is described as creating “alternate realities” even in films based in our world (such as My Neighbor Totoro). Yet, even within these fantasy worlds, the viewer can identify with the characters. How does Miyazaki achieve this? Do you think he always manages to create characters who viewers can personally identify with?I’ve attached the reading. Read that and answer only one question from above either 2 or 3.