Enzian Theater screens Hiyao Miyazaki's classic 'Porco Rosso' on Sunday


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Fans of Japanese animation classics like Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away shouldn't miss the Enzian Theater's screening of another film from director Hayao Miyazaki.

The venue will show Porco Rosso at noon for its Peanut Butter Matinee Family Film on Sunday.

After his comrades die in a World War I battle, Marco Pagott turns from a man into a pig named Porco Rosso. The film follows the journey of Porco, voiced by Michael Keaton, as he fights air pirates and flirts with a gorgeous club singer on the ground. Porco's plane is damaged after an attack from an American pilot, leaving him to rely on Fio, voiced by Kimberly Williams, for help as she sees him for who he really is.

Kids 12 and under watch for free, while adult tickets cost $8, which you can purchase here.

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