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Japanese Anime Films screening at Sinema!

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From 26th August to 10th September, Sinema will be screening 3 famous japanese anime films, Detective Conan (PG), Fullmetal Alchemist (NC16) and Sokyuu no Fafner: Heaven & Earth (PG) for just $12 per ticket!

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Detective Conan (PG)
Yasuichiro Yamamoto | 2011 | Anime | Japan | 110 min | Japanese (with English subtitles) | PG

“I shall punish you for the 4 years of arrogant governance of the city!” said an anonymous letter sent to Governor Asakura.

After thwarting an attempt on the Governer’s life, Conan starts investigating, hoping to uncover the culprit before he strikes again. Through his investigations he discovers a few people that remained of a village that was submerged by the Governer in order to make way for a dam. Could the perpetrator be among them?

Fullmetal Alchemist (NC16)
Kazuya Murata | 2011 | Anime | Japan | 110 min | Japanese (with English subtitles) | NC16

Edward Elric and his brother Alphonse, set out on a journey to Tablecity, in pursuit of Melvin Voyager, a fugitive who escaped from the Central Amestris Prison.

But their journey is fraught with chaos. They meet a young girl Julia who guides them into Tablecity. There they learn the history of Milos, a land at the mercy of larger nations. What would Ed and Al see on the blood-stained “Hill of Sighs (Milos)”?

Sokyuu no Fafner: Heaven & Earth
Toshimasa Suzuki | 2010 | Anime | Japan | 95 min | Japanese (with English subtitles) | PG

Two years after the end of the original Soukyuu no Fafner TV series, Kazuki is slowly losing hope that Soushi will return to Tatsumiya Island as he promised.

Meanwhile, the awakening of Misao Kurusu, the new core of the island, sets in motion a series of events that will decide the very fate of humanity AND the mysterious Festum aliens who are moving to renew their attack on earth.


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