Ghibli's follow-up film, the 1991 “Only Yesterday (Omoide Poroporo),” was executive produced by Miyazaki but scripted and directed by Takahata. The studio scored an even bigger success with the 1992 “Porco Rosso (Kurenai no Buta).” Scripted and directed by Miyazaki, the film had all the Miyazaki trademarks, including breathtaking flying sequences and a feisty young heroine who works as an aircraft designer.