Perfect Blue UK Cinema Screenings

posted on 2017-09-18 20:37 EDT by Andrew Osmond
Satoshi Kon's psycho-thriller has cinema screenings on October 31

Anime UK News reports that the Picturehouse, Showcase and Vue cinemas chains are listed as screening Satoshi Kon's 1997 psycho-thriller Perfect Blue on October 31.

The film will be shown at the following Picturehouse cinemas, linked here.

Little Theatre Cinema, Bath - 8.45pm

Science+Media Museum, Bradford - 6pm

Duke of York's, Brighton - 6.30pm

Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge - 8pm

Cameo, Edinburgh - 8.45pm

Exeter Picturehouse - 6.30pm

Regal, Henley - 8.45pm

FACT, Liverpool - 6pm

Clapham Picturehouse (London) - 6.30pm

Crouch End Picturehouse (London) - 9pm

Greenwich Picturehouse (London) - 6pm

Hackney Picturehouse (London) - 8.45pm

Ritzy Picturehouse (London) 9pm

Stratford Picturehouse (London) - 9pm

London West End: Picturehouse Central - 9.30pm

CinemaCity, Norwich - 8.45pm

Phoenix, Oxford - 8.45pm

Harbor Light, Southampton - 8.45pm

Stratford Upon Avon - 6pm

CityScreen, York - 8.45pm

The following Showcase (Cinemas De Lux) cinemas are screening the films at 8pm.

Bluewater, Bristol, Coventry, Derby, Leeds, Leicester, Peterborough, Reading, Southampton

The following Showcase (Cinema standard) cinemas are screening the films at 8pm.

Cardiff Nantgarw, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Paisley, Teesside, Walsall, Vue

The following Vue cinemas are screening the film at 7.30pm.

Basingstoke Festival Place, Birmingham, Cambridge, Cheshire Oaks, Croydon Purley Way, Edinburgh (Omni Centre), Exeter, Gateshead, Harrow, Hull, Leeds (The Light), Finchley Road (O2 Centre, London), Islington (Angel, London), Shepherd's Bush (London), Westfield (London), Westfield Stratford (London), Wood Green(London), Manchester Lowry, Newcastle Under Lyme, Northampton, Norwich, Oxford, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Romford, Swansea, Watford, York

Set in contemporary Tokyo, the 1997 film depicts the mental breakdown of an idol singer turned actress. She believes she is being stalked, while being tormented by visions of a double of herself. The film was the feature director debut of Kon, who went to make Millennium Actress, Tokyo Godfathers, Paranoia Agent and Paprika.

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