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NARUTO



Naruto - Ninja Clash In The Land Of The Snow
Naruto 2 - Legend Of The Stone Of Gelel

A special anime double-bill with the first two features adapted from author Masashi Kishimoto’s manga series. Hyperactive junior ninja Naruto finds himself guarding his favourite actress in the first big-screen outing, leading to a spectacular showdown in the Land of Snow. In the follow-up - still unseen in the UK - Naruto finds himself fighting over a precious mineral that has the power to create or destroy worlds. The double bill screening is introduced by Helen McCarthy, author of 500 Essential Anime.

Tickets: Individual screenings on 29th & 30th: £10, £9 cons, £8 members
Tickets: Double bill on 22nd - £12, £11 concs, £10 members

Where: Cinema, ICA, The Mall, London
When: November 22 to November 30, 2008

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