Japanese Cinema Night Screening at JFLA
JFLA provides high quality Japanese films for free every once a month.
7:00pm at JFLA Auditorium
Address: 5700 Wilshire Blvd, #100, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Street Parking is available. http://www.jflalc.org/about-us.html#parking
Free to attend. Reservation is required.
All movies are in Japanese with English subtitles.
5/29/2013 at 7pm "Doraemon The Movie: Nobita's Dinosaur 2006"
(107 mins, 2006)
The “Doraemon” movie series have been released every year since 1980. This is a re-make of the first movie. As Suneo boasts about his fossil, Nobita wants to have his own dinosaur fossil. He digs a hole to search for one, and discovers an elasmosaurus’s egg. When the egg hatches, he names it Pea-suke and nurtures it in a closet, but as it grows too big, the town slips into turmoil. Doraemon and Nobita decide to take Pea-suke back to the Cretaceous period 100 million years ago. While they are on the move in a time machine, they get chased by dinosaur hunters and they send Pea-suke by mistake to North America 100 million years ago. Nobita and Doraemon follow Pea-suke and find him there, but then, their time machine breaks down and Suneo and his friends are caught by dinosaur hunters. Doraemon and Nobita somehow manage to save them, and finally arrive in Japan 100 million years ago. What awaits them there is a flock of Futabassurus suzukii, the same species as Pea-suke. Nobita and his friends leave Pea-suke with the flock and go back to the modern day.