“A Silent Voice (Koe No Katachi)” PH Release List of Cinemas

As you may have known, Pioneer Films has already announced that Koe No Katachi or A Silent Voice will have its Philippine release on May 10. The list of cinemas has been the first request of the fans for them to plan their movie dates.

Pioneer Films via their Facebook page Viewers Choice Philippines just released a statement regarding the list of cinemas:

Here’s the list of cinemas showing #KoeNoKatachi STARTING MAY 10. We’ll be editing this post within the day if there are additional cinemas. Don’t lose hope if your cinema didn’t make it on the list, give your theaters a call to request for the movie!

As of 5/9 12:00PM: WITHIN METRO MANILA

SM Fairview
SM Lazaro
SM Mall of Asia
SM Manila
SM Megamall
SM North Edsa
SM Southmall
SM Sta. Mesa
Robinsons Ermita
Robinsons Galleria
Robinsons Magnolia
Robinsons Metroeast
Robinsons Las Pinas
Robinsons Pioneer
ATC – Alabang
Fairview Terraces
Glorietta
Market Market
Trinoma
Commercecenter Alabang
Eastwood
Festival Mall Alabang
Gateway
Greenhills
Powerplant
Sta. Lucia

OUTSIDE METRO MANILA

SM Bacolod
SM Bacoor
SM Cabanatuan
SM Cebu
SM Consolacion Cebu
SM Dasma
SM Davao
SM Gen Santos
SM Ilo-Ilo
SM Pampanga
SM Rosales
SM Seaside Cebu
SM Tarlac
SM Taytay
SM Trece
Robinsons Angeles
Robinsons Antipolo
Robinsons Bacolod
Robinsons Butuan
Robinsons Cebu
Robinsons Dasma
Robinsons Dumaguete
Robinsons Gen San
Robinsons Gen Trias
Robinsons Ilo-Ilo
Robinsons Ilocos
Robinsons Imus
Robinsons Jaro Ilo-Ilo
Robinsons Lipa
Robinsons Malolos
Robinsons Palawan
Robinsons Pampanga
Robinsons Roxas
Robinsons Santiago
Robinsons Sta. Rosa
Robinsons Tacloban
Robinsons Tagum
Abreeza Davao
Ayala Cebu
Ayala Legaspi
Centrio Cagayan
Harborpoint Olongapo
Marquee Angeles
Gaisano Davao
Gaisano Digos
Gaisano Tagum
Kcc Gen San
Kcc Zamboanga
Mindpro Zamboaga
Nccc Davao
Robinson Calasiao

The story revolves around Nishimiya Shoko, a grade school student who has impaired hearing. She transfers into a new school, where she is bullied by her classmates, especially Ishida Shouya. It gets to the point where she transfers to another school and as a result, Shouya is ostracized and bullied himself, with no friends to speak to and no plans for the future. Years later, he sets himself on a path to redemption.

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