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SQUARE, Room 11-0111 & 11-0101

Anime Movie Night

🎉 Get ready for a night of Anime excitement! Anime is not just a form of entertainment but also an essential part of Japanese culture. It provides insights into the country's societal norms, values, and even history. 🎉

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Anime Movie Night
Anime Movie Night

Time & Location

28. März 2023, 18:30 – 20:30

SQUARE, Room 11-0111 & 11-0101, Dufourstrasse 50, 9000 St. Gallen, Switzerland

About the event

🎉 Get ready for a night of Anime excitement! Anime is not just a form of entertainment but also an essential part of Japanese culture. It provides insights into the country's societal norms, values, and even history. 🎉

Join us on to watch a popular Anime movie with fellow Anime enthusiasts. There will be free beer and snacks for you as well! 🍿

Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to experience the world of Anime with friends and like-minded individuals. See you there! 🙌

When: Tuesday, March 28th, 6.30 pm

Where: SQUARE, Room 11-0111 & 11-0101

Access: free, press on the signup button

We will enjoy one of these famous Anime movies together: 

🎞️ Howls Moving Castle (Hayao Miyazaki, 2004): It tells the story of a young woman named Sophie who is cursed by a witch and transformed into an old woman. She seeks refuge in the moving castle of the wizard Howl, who is known for being a recluse and rumored to steal young women. Alongside Howl, his apprentice Markl, and a sentient fire demon named Calcifer, Sophie embarks on a journey to break her curse and unravel the secrets of Howl's past. The movie is a heartwarming tale of self-discovery, love, and the importance of inner beauty.

🎞️ Your Name (Makoto Shinkai, 2016): The movie follows the story of two teenagers, Taki and Mitsuha, who live in different parts of Japan and have never met. However, they mysteriously begin to swap bodies, living each other's lives and experiencing the world through the other's eyes. As they try to uncover the reason for their strange connection, they find themselves drawn closer together. The film is a beautiful blend of romance, sci-fi, and coming-of-age themes, and has been praised for its stunning animation, emotional storytelling, and unforgettable soundtrack.

🎞️ Grave of the Fireflies (Isao Takahata, 1988): This movie tells the story of two siblings, Seita and Setsuko, who struggle to survive in Japan during the aftermath of World War II. After their mother dies and their home is destroyed in a bombing raid, the children must fend for themselves in a world of starvation, disease, and desperation. The film is a heartbreaking portrayal of the devastating impact of war on innocent civilians, and has been praised for its raw emotional power and stunning animation. It is often considered one of the most powerful anti-war films ever made.

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