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The Boy and the Crane will have early screenings in Brazil at Sato Cinema



A Sato Company announced that the film The Boy and the Crane (The Boy and the Heron), new film by legendary Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, will have its first screening in Brazil at Sato Cinema in early February. Sunday, 02/04, at 2pm and later at 7pm, the Sato Cinema (R. Conde de São Joaquim, 381 – Liberdade, São Paulo – SP) will promote two sessions of the 2024 Golden Globe-winning animation. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Boy and the Crane (The Boy and the Heron) will be officially released in cinemas in Brazil on February 22nd.

In addition to displaying The Boy and the Crane (The Boy and the Heron)O Sato Cinema It also promotes screenings of the anime Lupine III, by Takashi Yamazaki, director of Godzilla Minus One, on 02/04, at 10am and 11:50am.

The anime film The Boy and the Crane (The Boy and the Heron) is directed by the renowned director and known in Japan as How Do You Live? (Kimi-tachi wa Dou Ikiru ka). This is of course an anime film by the famous Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away; My Neighbor Totoro; The Walking Castle; Princess Mononoke).

The director is credited with the original work as well as directing the film and writing the story. Takeshi Honda (Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, Rebuild of Evangelion films) is the animation director. Joe Hisaishi (Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro) composed the music. The co-founder of Studio Ghibli, Toshio Suzukiis the producer.

The cast includes: Soma Santoki, Aimyon, Ko Shibasaki, Masaki Suda, Takuya Kimura, Yoshino Kimura, Keiko Takeshita, Jun Fubuki, Sawako Agawa, Karen Takizawa, Shinobu Otake, Jun Kunimura, Kaoru Kobayashi and Shōhei Hino.

Synopsis of The Boy and the Heron

After losing his mother during the war, young Mahito moves to his family’s country estate. There, a series of mysterious events lead him to an ancient, isolated tower, home to a mischievous gray heron. When Mahito’s new stepmother disappears, he follows the gray heron to the tower and enters a fantastical world shared by the living and the dead. As you embark on an epic journey with The Boy and the Heron.

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