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Friday, March 26, 2004


Cinema offers 100 yen tickets for kids

The National Film Center in Tokyo is offering child discounts for selected films through April 4.

Elementary and junior high-school students will be charged just 100 yen (senior high students 300 yen) for admission during the campaign, while younger children will be admitted free. Accompanying adults must pay 500 yen, and accompanying college students and senior citizens must pay 300 yen.

The discounts apply to the following films:

* March 27: "Rupan Sansei -- Fuma Ichizoku no Inbo (Lupin III: The Plot of the Fuma Clan)," (1987, 74 min., animation), 10:30 a.m.; "Daimajin Ikaru (The Wrath of Daimajin)," (1966, 79 min.) 1 p.m.

* March 28: "Rakko Monogatari (A Sea Otter Story)," (1987, 93 min.) 10:30 a.m.; "Toki wo Kakeru Shojo (The Little Girl Who Conquered Time)," (1983, 104 min.) 1 p.m.

* April 3: "Nihon Chinbotsu (Japan Sinks)," (1973, 143 min.) 11 a.m.

* April 4: "Setouchi Shonen Yakyu-dan (MacArthur's Boys)," (1984, 143 min.) 11 a.m.

The National Film Center is a two-minute walk from Exit 1 of Kyobashi Station on the Ginza subway line.

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