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Previously, Southeast Asia-based anime distibutor ODEX Private Limited has announced that Detective Conan: The Crimson Love Letter (Meitantei Konan: Kara Kurenai no Rabu Retta) film will back shown in Indonesian cinemas. This time, through their official facebook page, ODEX has revealed that the film will be premiere on 7 June  2017. The cinemas that will show the film include CGV Cinemas, Cinemaxx, dan Platinum Cineplex.

The latest film in the Detective Conan franchise, The Crimson Love Letter has premiered in Japan on 15 April 2017. Set in Osaka, this film will focus on the relationship between Heiji Hattori and kazuha Toyama. This film also introduces a new character named Momiji Ooka, a karuta player who becomes Kazuha’s love rival.

Adapted from a manga by Gosho AoyamaDetective Conan (also known as Case Closed) tells about a high school detective named Shinichi Kudo (Jimmy Kudo in english version) whose body is shrunk by a poison created by a mysterious organization called “Black Organization”. While the Black Organization thinks he has been killed, Shinichi disguises himself as a kid named Conan Edogawa, solving criminal cases behind the scenes while investigating the mysteries of the Black Organization.

Detective Conan has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday magazine since 1994. This series has also been adapted into an anime series and some live action drama. In Indonesia, the comic is published by Elex Media Komputindo publisher and the anime had been aired on domestic TV station Indosiar.

The Indonesian Anime Times

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