Student Council President
Thankfully anime movies shown in theaters in my area never seem to attract more than 20-25 people in the seats, so there is always plenty of room to spread out and sit away from everyone else. Still, I'm glad I have my own projection theater room in my basement, so I don't feel much need to go out to a public theater at all, other than to attend some of these special anime showings.
Normally if I see anime at the cinema in last few years it's been a press screening in London, which is usually without issue since it's journalists in a smaller theatre. No local cinemas show anime releases so it's rare I'll pay out to travel. Broly was an exception so made a booking at the O2 Arena.
It would be nice to have screenings a little bit closer to home (Even if it's Truro or Redruth, travel for "free" on the season ticket, ha) as I have another friend who utterly struggles to come to the screenings at Plymouth as we would get back based on the last train home (arriving in Truro just before midnight), no bus service after 11:30 and work the following morning.
It's just wording it without sounding like a crazy Cornish-centric person rowing a tiny boat in Charlestown harbour with the harbour master telling me off whilst singing Emil's Song from Nier:Automata.**
So as the US is getting Penguin Highway in April will we I wonder...
* Recollecting. That figure is more than likely not accurate, to be honest.
** A couple of hours later spent redrafting it later and hitting Post reply...