Japanese Film Festival | Satellite

Detective Conan: The Fist of Blue Sapphire

名探偵コナン 紺青の拳(フィスト)

Directed by: Tomoka Nagaoka

Year: 2019

Length: 110 minutes

Classification rating: Unclassified all ages

Screens in: Brisbane, Perth, Sydney and Melbourne


Conan takes his detective skills to Singapore in his first overseas film adventure!

Detective Conan of long-running manga and anime fame returns for his 23rd feature film⁠—even beating Avengers: Endgame in the Japanese box office! When Conan’s friends travel to Singapore, he’s forced to stay back in Japan because he doesn’t have a passport. But there’s no rest for this detective, as he’s transported to Singapore against his will by his nemesis, the charismatic thief Kaitō Kid. He has the ability to transform his appearance into anyone⁠—including Conan⁠—and poses as him to fool Conan’s friends, who are none the wiser. The two begrudgingly agree on a temporary truce and soon find themselves embroiled in a case involving a martial arts tournament and a mysterious blue sapphire. Kaitō Kid has big plans to steal the sapphire, but is shocked when someone else gets there first and frames him for the crime. When Kaitō Kid goes on the run, suddenly Conan’s lack of a passport is the least of his problems!


Event Cinemas Brisbane Myer Centre, Brisbane


Event Cinemas Innaloo, Perth


Event Cinemas George Street, Sydney


The Capitol, Melbourne

Director: Tomoka Nagaoka

Producer: Shuho Kondo, Yoshihito Yonekura and Keiichi Ishiyama

Original Story: Gosho Aoyama

Screenplay: Takahiro Okura

Cast: Minami Takayama, Wakana Yamazaki and Kappei Yamaguchi

Genre: Anime

Format: DCP colour