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Crunchyroll screening Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE at Glasgow Youth Film Festival

Crunchyroll screening Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE at Glasgow Youth Film Festival
Russell Phillips
Author: Russell Phillips

Russell has been a semi-regular reviewer for UK-Anime since 2005 [mainly specialising in non mainstream manga titles].


UK anime have today recieved the following press release from crunchyroll:

Crunchyroll, the world’s largest anime destination, is showing the full-length anime movie Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE during the Glasgow Youth Film Festival on Saturday, September 15th at 14.10. It’s the movie’s first theatrical screening in the United Kingdom, and it will take place at the Glasgow Film Theatre.

 

Based on the popular Japanese manga series, Bungo Stray Dogs: DEAD APPLE is sure to stun audiences with its thrilling storyline and beautiful animation. Fans can now purchase tickets for £10.50 at the Glasgow Youth Film Festival website.

 

About the movie [curtosy of Crunchroll]:

 

Six years has passed since the bloodbath known as the Dragon’s Head Rush conflict. Over 500 people with supernatural powers have been found dead -- presumably by suicide. The Armed Detective Agency is tasked with the mission to capture Shibusawa Tatsuhiko, the mysterious special ability user thought to be involved. But when Osamu Dazai disappears, the ”Demon” Fyodor begins showing his shadow.

 

Those with supernatural powers, known as Special ability users, are threatened by an onslaught of unprecedentedly powerful enemies, and the city of Yokohama begins falling into a terrifying nightmare. Atsushi and Kyouka infiltrate Shibusawa’s fortress, where they are met by Akutagawa, who delivers an unthinkable truth.

 

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