The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow

screens: 
Sunday, April 10, 2016 - 14:00
location: 
Rio Theatre
1660 Broadway
tickets: 
$9 adult; $6 child, youth, senior; $5 each for groups of 10 or more
Director: 
Hyung-yun Chang
year: 
2015
country: 
South Korea
위성 소녀와 젖소
 
In Korean with English subtitles
 
KITSAT-1 is a lonely satellite orbiting the globe. It becomes curious to learn about human emotions after hearing the signal of a song from earth. KITSAT-1 decides to give up being a satellite and descends from outer-space in the form of a girl named Il-ho. She meets Kyung-chon, an unfortunate young musician who has been transformed into a milk cow, and is on the run from the evil Incinerator. Il-ho is touched by Kyung-chun’s music and plight, and sets out to help him turn back into a human.

This outrageous, sci-fi fantasy love story is unlike anything you’ve seen before. It’s a must see for fans of anime.

Recommended for ages 11+

Themes: family, homelessness, morality

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