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On 8/4/2020 at 9:02 PM, snow_angel said:

Gekijo / Theater (2020)

 

Cast:

Yamazaki Kento, Matsuoka Mayu

 

8/10

 

I just saw this movie, I loved characters and story! 8/10 indeed ^^

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Watched Melancholic (part of the Japanese Film Festival offering in my city). I appreciated how it depicts Japan life as-is. The scenes and cinematography are not polished but not in a bad way. The film touched on societal "rite of passage" and expectations. I enjoyed it!

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On 3/22/2021 at 9:43 AM, pad-hari said:

Awwww, this movie is so beautiful and heart-wrenching one.  

 

Would recommend everyone to give this a try.  My score is 10/10.  Excellent movie.

what's the title of this one? judging from the poster, it looks pretty interesting.

 

as for myself it was 日日是好日; Nichinichi kore Kojitsu (Every Day A Good Day)

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for me, it was a bit slow and not as exciting. it's more like a slice of life and a mundane tedious sort of watching, but i couldn't help be interested in the overall tea ceremony aspect and how it's somewhat of a lifestyle and something you just can't take a day off from practicing of it. well something like that. it still brought be peace of watching it and that to enjoy the little things, too.

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Hanataba mitai na koi wo shita  AKA  We Made a Beautiful Bouquet / I fell In Love Like  Flower Bouquet

 

They fell in love. They fell out love.  It happens. The spark wasn't there.  Communuication became less. Their common interest of manga, zelda, musuems, authors no longer jive with their needs. She felt this. He understood.

 

They broke up that night on the same diner/resto the night they first met. Seeing themselves through another couple who came in to the diner that same night.  Thought he it was bit dramatic with tears I get their feelings. It's happy tears of reminscing the 4 years. 

 

Sad but beatiful break up. That not all should end in shouting and hurtful words. That you can break up with someone and still love and leave good memories. of years shared. That you can still remain friends.

 

It's an okay movie 3/5. It's heartwarming in ways.  You can watch it with an ex who you're still friends with. I think

 

Suda Masaki   Arimura Kasumi

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