TV drama Halser Acre to become movie

TV drama <em>Halser Acre</em> to become movie

On October 3, member of the cast AKINA ( center in the front row) and characters appeared at the Okinawa Television Broadcasting office in Naha dressed in newly design costumes.

October 4, 2013 Ryukyu Shimpo

The movie version of the TV drama Halser Acre will be released next spring. This popular drama series focusing on food and the natural environment was aired by the Okinawa Television Broadcasting (OTV) from 2011 to 2012. The announcement was made on October 3 at the OTV office in Naha with director Tsukasa Kishimoto and members of the cast AKINA, Moeko Fukuda, Shinichi Tsuha, Tomoji Yamashiro in attendance.

New character, Halser Halu, original characters Nogu Gama and Heler dressed in newly designed special effect suits, and villains Samarin Tandoboo and Chilly appeared at the press conference. Yuki Yamada, who is in charge of screenplay, said, “The theme of the TV drama Halser Acre was that Superman defends the Earth. Through the movie version we would like get people to think about what each of us can do to help protect the Earth.” Filming started October 6 in Okinawa. The movie will be released in Okinawa sometime after the end of May 2014, then in other prefectures and in Taiwan.

(English translation by T&CT, Hitomi Shinzato and Mark Ealey)

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