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2024 Godzilla Movie Viewing (Watch the Japanese Classic Movie Godzilla in the Teahouse!)
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Date: Sunday, 18 February, 2024       Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 pm
Brand Park Japanese Garden - Shoseian 'Whispering Pine' Japanese Tea House
1690 Brand Park Drive
Glendale, CA 91201 USA
(818) 548-2147
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Map of Brand Park Japanese Garden - Shoseian 'Whispering Pine' Japanese Tea House, 1690 Brand Park Drive

Come watch the classic movie Godzilla in the Teahouse!  Let’s take a fun journey back into time to 1954 when Godzilla was introduced to the world as “King of the Monsters.”

Feb 18, 2024

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Pre-registration is required. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

Space is limited to 25 people. Cost is $10 per person.

About Godzilla
In 1954, the world was introduced to the iconic figure of Godzilla, who would go on to be hailed as the "King of the Monsters." The original film, directed by Ishirō Honda, marked the birth of a cultural phenomenon and a new genre in cinema: the kaiju film.

"Godzilla," also known as "Gojira" in Japan, emerged as a powerful metaphor and allegory for the anxieties and repercussions of the atomic age. Released less than a decade after the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the film captured the collective fears and traumas of a nation deeply affected by the devastating power of nuclear weapons.

The story unfolds as Godzilla, a colossal and prehistoric sea monster, rises from the depths of the ocean to wreak havoc on Tokyo. The destruction wrought by Godzilla mirrors the destructive force of nuclear weapons, and the film grapples with the consequences of humanity tampering with nature and unleashing forces beyond its control.

The film's black-and-white cinematography, coupled with Akira Ifukube's haunting musical score, creates a tense and atmospheric experience. The special effects, considering the technological limitations of the time, were groundbreaking and added to the visceral impact of Godzilla's rampage.

"Godzilla" became a symbol of the enduring spirit of Japan in the face of catastrophe. The film's success led to the creation of an enduring franchise that has spanned numerous movies, television series, and cultural adaptations over the years.

Godzilla's debut in 1954 not only captivated audiences with its spectacle and drama but also embedded the creature in the collective consciousness as a potent symbol of the destructive potential of humanity and the consequences of playing with forces beyond our understanding. The legacy of Godzilla as the "King of the Monsters" continues to endure, with the original film serving as a timeless classic that transcends its genre roots.

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