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Preview: Please Twins!

Anime producer Nozomi Entertainment is pleased to announce the DVD collection of PLEASE TWINS! will be available August 4th 2015.

PLEASE TWINS! is directed by Yasunori Ide (BASTARD!!) and features character designs by Hiroaki Gohda (AMAGAMI SS; LOVE, ELECTION AND CHOCOLATE) and animation by Daume (DearS, STRAWBERRY MARSHMALLOW, SHIKI).

Love triangles have never been so complicated!

Maiku Kamishiro grew up in an orphanage with no history of his family or of his past. Left with only a childhood picture of himself and another person in front of a house, he believes that the other person in the picture is his long lost twin sister. Upon discovering his old home, two young girls show up on his doorstep one day both claiming to be his long lost sister. Maiku’s life is about to be turned upside down and with two pretty girls living under the same roof as him, how will Maiku be able to keep his mind on school and work while trying to figure out which one of these girls is his sister and which one is the love of his life?

Format: DVD (Litebox)
Street Date: 8/4/2015
Dics/Set: 3
Runtime: 325 minutes
Genre: Drama / Science Fiction
Suggested Rating: 16+
Audio: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
Subtitles: English Subtitles
Video: 4:3, Color
Catalog #: RSDVD1550
ISBN: 978-1-57032-696-7
ISBN 13: 1-57032-696-7
UPC: 7-42617-1550-2-4
SRP: $39.99

Contains Episodes 1-13

Special Features: Image Vocals, Clean Opening, Clean Closings, Promotional Clip, Commercials

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