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Langue: Français
Genres: Romance
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Genres: Romance
Langue: Français
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It’s Ye-eun’s 32nd birthday, but she’s not feeling too great. After her lingerie line went out of business, she's been forced to move back to her hometown, a place she thought she’d left for good. Luckily, her best friend knows just the thing to cheer her up: a big, shiny, limited edition dildo. Ye-eun “breaks it in” that night, but wakes up the next morning sans dildo. All she's left with are fragments of a hot night of S&M and the muffled moans of a stranger… Who could the mystery man be? This comic contains BDSM content that some readers may find uncomfortable.
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News Ruby Barnhill, Kate Winslet Star in English Dub of Studio Ponoc's Mary and the Witch's Flower Anime Film
Jim Broadbent, Ewen Bremner, Lynda Baron, Rasmus Hardiker, more also star GKids announced the main English dub cast on Wednesday for Studio Ponoc and Hiromasa Yonebayashi's Mary and The Witch's Flower (Mary to Majo no Hana) anime film. The BFG's Ruby Barnhill stars in the dub as the titular character Mary, and Kate Winslet (Titanic, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Mountain Between Us) plays school chairwoman Madam Mumblechook. Jim Broadbent, who co-starred with Winslet in Iris, plays Mumblechook's colleague Doctor Dee. Other cast members without specified roles include Ewen Bremner, Lynda Baron, Rasmus Hardiker, Teresa Gallagher, Morwenna Banks, and Louis Ashbourne Serkis. David Freedman and Lynda Freedman are writing the English-language adaptation, and Geoffrey Wexler is producing. Altitude Film Sales' Will Clarke is serving as executive producer. GKIDS announced earlier this month that it has acquired the film. Oricon previously reported that the English
Sep 02, 2017
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News Mary and the Witch's Flower, Lu over the Wall Compete in 'Animation is Film' Festival
Inaugural festival takes place in Hollywood in October The inaugural "Animation is Film" festival announced its initial competition film lineup on Friday. The films screening in competition include Masaaki Yuasa and Science SARU's Lu over the wall anime film and Studio Ponoc and Hiromasa Yonebayashi's Mary and The Witch's Flower anime film. The screening will mark the North American premiere of Mary and The Witch's Flower. The festival also stated that the screening would be the North American premiere of Lu over the wall, but the film has already screened at Dallas' AnimeFest convention and at Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival, and will also compete at Ottawa International Animation Festival later this month. The Animation is Film festival will announce the full lineup on September 20. Tickets will also go on sale on the same day. The inaugural festival will run from October 20-22 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood. The event will host 20 programs
Sep 09, 2017
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News Mary and The Witch's Flower Lead Actress Hana Sugisaki Awarded at BIFF
Sugisaki wins Face of Asia award for up and coming Asian performers The Busan International Film Festival in South Korea awarded Japanese actress Hana Sugisaki with its Face of Asia award for her performance as the main character Mary in Studio Ponoc and Hiromasa Yonebayashi's Mary and The Witch's Flower anime film. The award honors up-and-coming Asian actors and actresses. The film had its debut screening in South Korea on Friday during the film festival. The film festival will also screen the live-action Blade of the Immortal film, the live-action Let Me Eat Your Pancreas (Kimi no Suizō o Tabetai) film, and Akiyuki Simbo and Shunji Iwai's Fireworks, Should We See it from the Side or the Bottom? anime film. The festival has a focus on the works of Masaaki Yuasa, and will screen episodes from his The Tatami Galaxy and Ping Pong anime series, as well as his Night is Short, Walk On Girl and Lu over the wall films. Mary and The Witch's Flower opened in Japan on July 8 and
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News Mary and The Witch's Flower Premieres in U.S. Theaters on January 18
Film to screen in both English and Japanese with subtitles GKIDS and Fathom Events announced on Wednesday that they will premiere Studio Ponoc and Hiromasa Yonebayashi's Mary and The Witch's Flower (Mary to Majo no Hana) film in U.S. theaters on Thursday, January 18. Regular screenings will start nationwide on January 19. The premiere event will have two screenings: the English dub will screen at 7:00 p.m. local time and the English-subtitled version will screen at 8:00 p.m. local time. The screenings will include an exclusive interview with filmmakers and a commemorative item. Fathom Events will post a list of theaters when it opens ticket sales on Friday. The film opened in Japan on July 8 and has earned 3 billion yen (US$28 million). Hiromasa Yonebayashi, who directed Studio Ghibli's Arrietty and When Marnie Was There, directed Mary and The Witch's Flower, and also penned the script for the film alongside Riko Sakaguchi, who wrote the screenplay for Isao Takahata's
Oct 18, 2017
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