Crayon Shin-Chan: My Moving Story ~Cactus Attack!~ Trailer English-Subtitled
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Singaporean PR and events company Touch posted an English-subitled trailer of the Crayon Shin-Chan: My Moving Story ~Cactus Attack!~ (Eiga Crayon Shin-chan: Ora no Hikkoshi Monogatari ~Saboten Daishūgeki or Crayon Shin-Chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack!) film on Friday.
Touch also describes the story:
Crayon Shin-Chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack! captures the Nohara family's relocation and adventure in Mexico. Their new home greets them with the greatest challenge they have to face: a massive attack by mutant cacti! With signature hilarity and racuousness, Shin-Chan and his family hold their own against the impending destruction of their new home and save the day. Not too bad for a five year old!
Golden Village will hold the fan preview at the Golden Village Plaza on July 3, 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be priced at SG$20 for Golden Village members, and SG$24 for the general public. It will also include an exclusive Shin-chan cactus strap, an acrylic mobile phone strap, two A4 clear folders, and one A2 poster.
The film originally premiered in Japan on April 18.
Maaya Sakamoto (Ghost in the Shell: Arise, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children) and Daisuke Namikawa (Kimi ni Todoke, Hetalia) guest starred in the film as elementary school teacher Carolina and a mariachi, respectively. Former AKB48 idol group member Rino Sashihara played Sumaho-chan, a character who is named that by Shin-chan due to her habit of always using her smartphone ('sumaho' is Japanese slang for smartphone). Hiroaki Hirata played the town mayor and Kenyuu Horiuchi played Nene Rodriguez, also known as Rainbow Mask. Female comedian duo Nippon Elekitel Rengō members Akemi-chan (real name Koyuki Hashimoto) and Hosogai-san (Sōko Nakano) also guest-starred as themselves.
Director Masakazu Hashimoto and writer Kimiko Ueno, who both worked on Eiga Crayon Shin-chan: Bakauma—! B-Kyū Gourmet Survival!!, returned to helm the newest film.