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MOVIE MARATON EVENT!
July 30th, 2017
PM arrival, 1:30 PM Marathon Start
"The Wind Rises"
From Japan's Studio Ghibli and Walt Disney
with English Dubs in High Definition 1080p BLU-RAY
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Sunday, JUN 19 Marathon
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Improvise on the Seating!
Tales from Earthsea
(2006, PG-13, 1h 56min) -
Featuring the voices of
Timothy Dalton, Cheech Marin, Willem Defoe,
and Mariska Hargitay
In the land of Earthsea, a mysterious force
threatens to plunge humanity into destruction and chaos. A powerful wizard
named Sparrowhawk seeks the source of his world's imbalance, and along the
way rescues a runaway prince named Arren. When Sparrowhawk's powers begin
to weaken, he and Arren must join forces with a former priestess and her
daughter to defeat an evil foe whose quest for immortality will destroy
PG, 1h 16min) -
Japanese language with English
As a young man returns home for his high school reunion after his first
year away at college. During the trip, he recalls his senior year of
school and the iron-willed, big city girl that turned his world upside
down. The arrival of this pretty transfer student from Tokyo sets in
motion a change in the relationship between two best friends.
The Wind Rises (2013,
PG, 2h 6min)
Featuring the voices of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt,
Martin Short, Stanley Tucci, Mandy Patinkin, and William H. Macy
The Wind Rises is the fictionalized story
of Jiro Horikoshi, Japan's World War II airplane designer, who was
responsible for designing the lethal "Zero" fighter plane. Young Jiro is a
nearsighted boy who has fantastical dreams of flying airplanes, swooping
above the green fields of his country, the landscape unfurling below him
like a magical land of possibility. Being a pilot is closed to him due to
his eyesight, but he decides to go to school to be an engineer and design
those "beautiful dreams" for others to fly. Through this endeavor, he is
encouraged by an Italian aircraft pioneer, Count Caproni, a muse-like
character appearing to him in dreams. The Count shows him the glorious
possibilities of flight and the gigantic flying machines he has built,
giving the young Japanese boy a sense of how far one can go in one's
imagination. The dream has to come first. The reality will then follow.