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Sailor Moon Parody Fandub Will Screen At Toronto Queer Film Festival On April 1

Sailor Moon Parody

Sailor Moon Parody Fandub Will Display screen At Toronto Queer Movie Pageant On April 1

The official web site of the Toronto Queer Movie Pageant introduced to display a darkish comedy parody model of the long-lasting 90s anime Sailor Moon titled Sailor Moon Rated R: The Promise of His Rosebud fandub on April 1 at 9 p.m. EST.

The 68 min function movie focuses on points associated to queer folx, girls, and folks of color primarily based on the 1993 anime movie Sailor Moon R Film: Promise of the Rose, however dubbed with an authentic script and plot.

Toronto Queer Movie Pageant describes the plot of the movie as:

On this parody function, Darien struggles to confront his repressed sexuality when a fierce childhood cuddle buddy named Fiore returns to unmask Darien’s tuxedo. Possessed by the sex-positive Kisenian Blossom, Fiore faces off in opposition to the Sailor Scouts in a petty battle over Darien’s “D”.

Along with the screening, a Q&A with filmmaker Harjot Bal shall be performed to entertain the viewers. The Toronto Queer Movie Pageant will run from March 31 to April 3.

Initially, Bal uploaded the movie on Instagram in September 2021, and in February, he launched his second movie.

Sailor Moon R: The Film is a 1993 Japanese animated superhero fantasy movie directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara and written by Sukehiro Tomita primarily based on the Sailor Moon manga sequence written by Naoko Takeuchi. The movie takes its title from the second arc of the Sailor Moon anime, Sailor Moon R, as Toei Firm distributed it across the identical time.

Supply: Toronto Queer Movie Pageant web site