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- CineTour Classics: Akira (1988) @ Filmcasino (JAPANESE w/GERMAN subs)Filmcasino, Wien, MA
ATTENTION - THIS MOVIE IS IN JAPANESE WITH GERMAN SUBTITLES
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In 1988 the Japanese government drops an atomic bomb on Tokyo after ESP experiments on children go awry. In 2019, 31 years after nuking the city, Kaneda, a bike gang leader, tries to save his friend Tetsuo from a secret government project. He battles against anti-government activists, greedy politicians, irresponsible scientists and a powerful military leader until Tetsuo's supernatural power suddenly manifest. A final battle is fought in Tokyo Olympiad exposing the experiment's secrets.
If you can't find us before/after the movie, write me a PM (Christina, the host) or post a message to this event, I monitor it during the meetup and will pick you up.
We meet shortly before 18:00 at the bar in the Filmcasino.
Click the link, register and reserve your ticket.
We recommend to buy the ticket as soon as possible!
Usually, after the movie we just chat a bit about it for a moment in front of the cinema. So don't run away, if you don't have to.
ABOUT THE VENUE
As a program and art house cinema, the Filmcasino mainly shows films from European productions, but also from Asia and Latin America as well as US independent films. There is a close cooperation with the Polyfilm film distribution company. In normal operation, there are two to five performances a day. In addition, the Filmcasino shows premieres of Austrian and European films, often followed by discussion groups and lectures, thematic programs and special screenings (architecture film series, Cine Morning with free childcare, cinema & cake, Filmwunder children's film series, etc.) and hosts film festivals such as the Latin Film Lounge , Japannual and the Slash Film Festival.