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Perfect Blue: GKIDS Ticket Giveaway

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PERFECT BLUE, the groundbreaking first film from the legendary director Satoshi Kon (Paprika), returns to theaters for its 20th anniversary in a brand new digital transfer. In theaters September 6 & 10. #PerfectBlue

Note: Recommended for adults 17 and up.

PERFECT BLUE, the groundbreaking and rarely screened first film from the legendary director Satoshi Kon (Paprika), returns to theaters for its 20th anniversary in a brand new digital transfer. Rising pop star Mima has quit singing to pursue a career as an actress and model, but her fans aren’t ready to see her go… Encouraged by her managers, Mima takes on a recurring role on a popular TV show, when suddenly her handlers and collaborators begin turning up murdered. Harboring feelings of guilt and haunted by visions of her former self, Mima’s reality and fantasy meld into a frenzied paranoia. As her stalker closes in, in person and online, the threat he poses is more real than even Mima knows, in this iconic psychological thriller that has frequently been hailed as one of the most important animated films of all time.

Note: Strong adult content warning for animated sequences of graphic violence and nudity, and is only recommended for adults 17 years and older.

A trailer is available here. View the trailer below.

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Olsdzqe2y9Y[/youtube]

You may also purchase tickets for Perfect Blue at gkidstickets.com. Enter here for your chance to win!

Perfect Blue – Toonzone


The Official Rules:

  • You must be 13 years or older to enter.
  • Entries will be accepted through the above link.
    • All entries must be received by August 30, 2018.

1 COMMENT

  1. I have to say I was crazy surprised that GKIDS was doing something for Perfect Blue, which is something you SHOULDN’T show to kids, but their main goal isn’t pandering to kids.

    Their main goal seems to be spreading the awesomeness of international animation, which is something I fully approve of. (Not like how The Weinstein Company was doing it, screw those guys.)

    If anything, I’m worried lesser folks will misinterpret GKIDS as a name and complain because they’d be too dumb to look up their priority isn’t strictly on kids.

    On a half-related note, I wonder if we’ll get a similar treatment for Tokyo Godfathers, only maybe we can get a proper English dub?