When asked about how they would feel if they received a notice from the government about their future marriage partner, Morikawa was asked for her answer first but Kitamura butted in with the answer that he thought that it was a great idea. This led everyone to laugh at this unexpected interruption to which Kitamura said that he didn't hear properly. Morikawa then said that since the chances of meeting one's destined party were rather low, she thought that it wasn't a bad idea to find out what kind of person would suit her. However, getting the notice at the age of 16 was too early in her opinion although she could understand the rationale of doing so since teenagers would probably not have known what it meant to love someone and are more likely to accept the directive as compared to when they become adults. Asakawa also echoed her view and added that if there wasn't a notification from the government, she would most likely be unable to get married since she couldn't find a marriage partner on her own.
At the end of the event, Sato asked the audience to spread the word around about this movie which is a heartwarming and happy story. Kitamura hoped that the movie will convey the beauty and happiness of being able to choose your own happiness despite the troubles it may bring while Morikawa asked everyone to stay till the ending credits finish so as to hear the theme song.
Sources: Oricon / Cinema Today