Coming to the Landmark Lagoon Cinema for one week only, "When Marnie Was There" is the new (and possibly final ;_;) feature film by Studio Ghibli. There will be showings in both English and Japanese starting this Friday. See the theater's website for specific showtimes in each format:
Summary from the Lagoon:
"Anna is a troubled, lonely 12-year-old orphan who calls her kindly adoptive mother 'aunt.' Sent from her foster home in the city one summer to a sleepy town by the sea for her health (and, her mother hopes, to make new friends), Anna is drawn to a magnificent, apparently deserted mansion in the marshes. There she encounters Marnie, a mysterious but out-going blonde, and they become friends. 'Let’s keep us a secret forever,' says Marnie, and Anna agrees. Soon Anna is telling Marnie things she never told anyone, while Marnie introduces her to the nighttime revels at the villa, presided over by her stylish socialite mother. Yet Marnie’s frequent unexplained absences make Anna wonder about her newfound friend. Animated in a beautiful world that seems to capture both dreams and reality, this Studio Ghibli release is the second feature by Hiromasa Yonebayashi."
Don't miss it!