Philippine film exhibitor SM Cinema has released a list theater branches that will screen Detective Conan’s 21st feature film The Crimson Love Letter on July 19.
The website lists the following branches: Angono, Bacoor, Cabanatuan, Cabanatuan Mega Center, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Cebu Seaside, Davao, East Ortigas, Fairview, Iloilo, Mall of Asia, Manila, Marikina, Megamall, Novaliches, Rosales, San Jose Del Monte, San Lazaro, San Mateo, Sangandaan and Sta Mesa.
The film’s story is set in Osaka, and features the great detective of west Heiji Hattori and Heiji’s childhood friend Kazuha Toyama. The movie also features a new character, Heiji’s “fiance” and Kazuha’s romantic rival Momiji Ooka.
The Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter was released in Japan last April 25, 2017.