Live-Action Touken Ranbu Film Opens in Indonesia on May 17

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda

Indonesian cinema chain Cinemaxx Theater revealed last week that Odex's screening of the Touken Ranbu live-action film in Indonesia will open on May 17.

The film opened in Japan on January 18, and it ranked at #5 in its opening weekend. The film eventually earned a cumulative total of 644,456,900 yen (about US$5.82 million).

The film's story centers on the historical Honnō-ji Incident, where infamous historical warlord Oda Nobunaga met his end after the betrayal of his general Akechi Mitsuhide. With the Touken Danshi's enemies seeking to change history by allowing Nobunaga to live, the characters must ensure that Nobunaga dies, even if there are some among them that were once swords of Nobunaga.

Saiji Yakumo (live-action Mars) directed the film, with a script by Yasuko Kobayashi (Attack on Titan, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Kakegurui). TOHO distributed the film.

Source: Cinemaxx Theater's Twitter account via Kaori Nusantara

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