For me, this movie give the impression of innocent and pure love and friendship. Well, actually I'm more impressed of the friendship part than the love part in this movie At first I thought that Chizuru and Ayane just want to bully Sawako, just want to make fun of her, but it turns out that they're really saw her as their bestfriend As for the love part, well...it's great for Shota that his feeling really reach Sawako in the end I like the jealous act Shota made when he pull out Sawako when she talked to Ryu. It's so funny
Title : 君に届け / Kimi ni Todoke / From Me to You
Episodes : 1 (128 minutes)
Year : 2010
Genre : Romance, Teen
Casts : #TabeMikako#MiuraHaruma#RenbutsuMisako#KiritaniMirei#WatanabeNatsuna#AoyamaHaru
Rating : 7.2/10.0 (IMDB), 8.5/10.0 (me)
Original Work : manga series "Kimi ni Todoke" by Shiina Karuho (2005-2016)
Well-meaning, but socially awkward, Kuronuma Sawako is nicknamed "Sadako" by her classmates because of her similar hair cut with the main character from the horror movie "The Ring". Her life then takes a turn when Kazehaya Shota, the most popular boy in school, falls for her...
Thank you for drained my tears. This movie show you what you can get from a true family, friends and lover in your darkest moment of your life, what a parents and family should do to each other (please do a good parenting, you don't want your children suffer like that). Above it all, this movie teach you to not easily give up on your life, to always set a goal in your life, because your life not yours only.
Fourth year university student Sawada Takuto is having a tough time looking for a job. The eldest son of the director of a hospital, Takuto's parents had expected him to become a doctor, but they began to focus their hopes on his younger brother Rikuto instead, some time during his junior high school. Although Takuto is popular and good at befriending ladies, he has no confidence that he will be loved and thus avoids deep emotional involvement with anyone. One day, he is informed that he does not have long to live because he is suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), an incurable, progressive neurodegenerative disease. Takuto, who had given only vague thoughts to his goals in life, starts to explore what is left of his life and live with a positive attitude.