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Wait, what? The Madoka exhibit will 'recreate' key scenes

I mean, what's not a surprise is that Madoka Magica's getting an exhibit. It was inevitable, given Shaft's propensity for creating exhibit-worthy bizarro aesthetics - frames from the more dialog-heavy scenes in Bakemonogatari could easily be placed in a modern art museum - but that's not what's puzzling me. What's puzzling me is exactly what the organizers at MOVIC Promote mean when they say the exhibit will "recreate key scenes" from the anime.
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