Sold out! However, they have added a showing on Sun at 1.
Likely to sell out fast! Buy your ticket now!
This is the bittersweet story of six friends, one of whom is dead.
Official synopsis (a little Engrishy; sorry):
Are your "friends" from back then, still your "friends" now? This is a story of one summer miracle. Due to a tragic accident during their childhood that took the life of one of their friends, 5 friends grew apart from one another. One summer day "Menma," their friend who passed away, appears before them. She tells them that she must have a wish granted in order to pass on to the afterlife. But, she cannot remember what that wish is. The friends meet once more to figure out how to help "Menma." Time that stood still begins to slowly move once more...Why did "Menma" come back?
Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day is why writer Mari Okada (Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea) is a big deal. It was originally an 11-episode TV series. The movie made over $10 million in Japan, not too shabby for a small-studio anime. Expect powerful characters and feels. (Word is there will also be posters and swag.)
Show at 7. Meet at 6:30 in front of New People.
We can eat after - are people are willing to wait until 9?