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Indonesian Film Censorship Board Registers Evangelion 3.33, Tamako Love Story

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
No local distributors have announced distribution or screening plans

The Indonesian Film Censorship Board registered the anime films Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo and Tamako Love Story. The films' respective entries indicate that the Embassy of Japan registered the films. No Indonesian film distributors have yet announced any film screening or distribution plans for either film.

Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo is director Hideaki Anno's third in a series of four planned remake films of the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series. While the films feature the same characters, many details and aspects of the story are altered from the original series. While the first film hewed closely to the events of the original series, the second film went in a different direction, and the third film went still further in its own storyline.

The third film opened in Japan in November 2012, and earned more than 5.1 billion yen during its theater run.

The Tamako Love Story anime film is a sequel to Kyoto Animation's 2013 Tamako Market television anime series, and the staff of the series returned for the film. The film centers on Tamako Kitashirakawa, who is squaring herself with the fact that high school is ending, and all of her friends have big aspirations in life, while she has only decided to continue her work at her family restaurant. Meanwhile, Tamako's childhood friend Mochizō, who harbors feelings for Tamako, must find a way to confess his feelings for her before he leaves for Tokyo to go to university.

The film opened in Japan in April 2014, and it earned 30 million Yen On 24 screens in its first weekend.

[Via Kaori Nusanatara]

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