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Monday 14th March 2016


Garm Wars: The Last Druid

FROM THE DIRECTOR OF GHOST IN THE SHELL
In a world where clone soldiers from three military tribes are locked in a perpetual battle of air, land and technology, one clone is separated from the battle and finds herself on the run with a group of unlikely companions.

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Tada Banri is beginning anew in the busy streets of Tokyo as a freshman student at a private law school, away from the troubles of his former life. While managing to get lost on his very first day of class, he finds himself befriending fellow law student Mitsuo on the way. Things get a little more interesting when a stylishly well-dressed beauty suddenly appears - only for her to slap Mitsuo across the face with a bouquet of roses!

 
The mystery girl is Mitsuo's childhood friend and self-appointed future bride Kaga Koko. It seems that more problems are on the horizon for Banri and his new friends with a troubling secret that will change them forever. What kind of new life has Banri stepped into and will he be able to survive the trials ahead of him? Join this group of friends as they attempt to discover themselves while juggling love, life, and a little drama!


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Garm Wars: The Last Druid

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FROM THE DIRECTOR OF GHOST IN THE SHELL AND STARRING LANCE HENRIKSEN (ALIEN), KEVIN DURAND (LOST) AND MELANIE ST-PIERRE (ASSASSINS CREED)
In a world where clone soldiers from three military tribes are locked in a perpetual battle of air, land and technology, one clone is separated from the battle and finds herself on the run with a group of unlikely companions.

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