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Fireworks UK Anime Cinema Screening Details

Date: 2017 October 20th Friday [17:44]
Posted By: Joe


UK Anime fans looking for a cinematic treat in November will be pleased to hear about Anime Limited's latest offering of Fireworks. Pitched as a coming of age story with a hint of sci-fi from the director of Nisekoi and Monogatari. It hits cinemas around the UK on Wednesday 15th November 2017.

To find a screening near you visit fireworksmovie.co.uk.

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Fireworks

See ‘Fireworks’ in cinemas from 15th November

Experiencing anime on the big screen is an opportunity we’ve loved bringing you over the course of 2017, and while we’re a few weeks away from Perfect Blue’s 20th Anniversary screenings, and then we also have Masaaki Yuasa’s Lu Over The Wall coming in December, we’re delighted to share details with you of another film you be able to catch on the big screen before the end of the year as Fireworks comes to cinemas in UK & Ireland on 15th November and you can book tickets for this right now fireworksmovie.co.uk

ABOUT FIREWORKS

Synopsis: “Production studio Shaft (Madoka Magica, Monogatari) adapts and modernises Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom? – originally a TV special written by Shunji Iwai (The Case of Hana and Alice) – adding sci-fi elements to its tale of teenage life.School children Norimichi, Yuusuke, and Junichi want to know if fireworks look round or flat from the side. They make a plan to find the answer at a fireworks display, while classmate Nazuna schemes to run away with whoever wins a swimming race at the pool.”

Language: Japanese with English subtitles

BBFC Rating: 12A

Book your tickets for Fireworks at cinemas across the UK & Ireland right now at fireworksmovie.co.uk

BOOK TICKETS FOR FIREWORKS

Source: Anime Limited


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