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Doraemon: Nobita’s Dinosaur 2006 Screening (non-SFS event)
||Doraemon, the popular and well-loved Japanese animation character, was recently appointed “Anime Ambassador” by the Foreign Affairs Minister of Japan in March this year. Part of a global campaign co-organised by Japanese embassies world-wide, the upcoming movie screenings of ‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Dinosaur 2006’ aim to introduce Japan and the life of Japanese people to international audiences.
||14 June 2008 (Saturday) - 15 June 2008 (Sunday), 1pm and 3:30pm
||National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre
93 Stamford Road
Admission is free.
(Queue numbers are available on a first-come-first-served basis at the counter outside the Gallery Theatre. The counter will open 30 minutes before each screening.)
It all started with a BIG ego and a BIG Dinosaur egg…One sunny afternoon, Suneo shows off his dinosaur fossil collection to the gang. Nobita, determined to outdo him vows to excavate a fossil of a whole dinosaur!
While digging around someone’s backyard, Nobita finds what he thinks was a dinosaur egg. Knowing that he needs to prove that this was a dinosaur egg, Nobita uses the time wrapping cloth to bring it back to its original state.
With much effort, the egg hatches and Nobita becomes the proud owner of a baby Futabasaurus! Nobita names it “P-suke” and keeps it from his mother until P-suke outgrows his room. Finally, Nobita and Doraemon decide to send P-suke back to the Cretaceous period using the Time Machine. While traveling on the Time Machine, they are attacked by a man in black! Who is this man and what does he want with P-suke!? Will they be able to send P-suke back safely? The real story begins…