Let's take the most popular image from the film, shown above. Lovely, isn't it? The focus is clearly on the kissing couple. In order to achieve this, Suzuki uses a series of subtle angles.
The second set of lines closes in on the main focus: the top and bottom of the easel could be extended around the couple's faces, and the umbrella's handle sits at the perfect angle to close off this smaller section.
It's a diamond inside of a triangle. There are a lot of beautiful details added to the surrounding image, but the focus stays where it's supposed to.
A young Naoko nearly falls off a moving train. This is a good one.
The main action (orange) sits inside the triangle formed by Naoko's arched back and Naoko's caretaker. The secondary action (yellow) leads toward the main action; the man on the left's eyes point to Jiro, who watches the caretaker, who looks at Naoko. Lastly, the background details (red) frame Naoko, as does her skirt. It's quite well done. Even the shine on the passenger window frames Naoko's tipping head.
This image is only here because it's gorgeous. Look at the colors in the clouds! Beautiful.