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Anime ‘City Hunter The Movie: Angel Dust’ to hit Philippine cinemas in November

The theatrical release of the anime film “City Hunter The Movie: Angel Dust” in the Philippines will come in November.

The main protagonist in “City Hunter the Movie: Angel Dust” is Ryo Saeba, a highly-skilled gunman and most-sought “sweeper” working tirelessly to get rid of crimes in the city of Tokyo.

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“City Hunter the Movie: Angel Dust”

It is based on the latest manga finale where Ryo faces his dark past and stops a new breed of enemies designed to become super soldiers injected with nanomachines known as Angel Dust.

Celebrating the anime series’ 35th anniversary, “City Hunter The Movie: Angel Dust” is the newest theatrical anime film produced by Aniplex and animated by Sunrise.

Ryo Saeba, aka City Hunter, will do anything from being a bodyguard to contract killing but will only take the job if a pretty woman is involved. Together with Kaori Makimura, the younger sister of his late best friend Hideyuki, Ryo fights the evil haunting the shadows of the city.

The movie follows Ryo and Kaori taking on a new client named Angie who seemed to have lost her cat while touring the city. Constantly attracted to beautiful women, Kaori strictly watches over Ryo’s advanced moves towards Angie to help him focus on the mission.

Meanwhile, Saeko Nogami of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, with the help of Umibozu and Miki, investigates an invention of a new technology designed to create soldiers with unparalleled strength and skills. The same dark technology is the latest version of the Angel Dust that caused the death of Ryo’s partner.

From Encore Films distributed by Warner Bros., “City Hunter the Movie: Angel Dust” opens exclusively at SM Cinemas on Nov. 8.

Credit belongs to : www.mb.com.ph

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