Pioneer films has announced Tuesday that the release date of Mari Okada’s directorial debut anime film “Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms” in the Philippines has been moved.
The local movie distributor explained that this is due to lack of theater, that will screen the film. The new release date will be announced soon on their social media accounts.
“Maquia” was supposedly set to release on September 5 in local cinemas.
The film tells a story an immortal girl and a normal boy, who meet and become friends, sharing a bond that lasts throughout the years.
Maquia is written and directed by Mari Okada featuring character designs by Yuriko Ishii adapted from Akihiko Yoshida’s original designs. The film is also the first standalone feature-length, theatrically-released production of P.A.Works.