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Su-ki-da (2005)

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A high school student named Yu has a crush on one of her classmates, Yosuke. The boy spends most of his time sitting outside and playing his guitar, and Yu sits nearby and listens. One day,... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Aoi Miyazaki ...
Yu - young
Hidetoshi Nishijima ...
Yosuke
Hiromi Nagasaku ...
Yu
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Yosuke - young
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maho Nonami
Sayuri Oyamada ...
Yu's elder sister
Nao Ômori
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A high school student named Yu has a crush on one of her classmates, Yosuke. The boy spends most of his time sitting outside and playing his guitar, and Yu sits nearby and listens. One day, however, a terrible tragedy occurs, and the two do not see each other again for many years. Written by Patrick Lin

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Yu: [after Yosuke wakes up in the hospital] I love you.
Yosuke: Sorry, things are still a little blurry. I didn't catch that.
Yu: I love you.
Yosuke: Me too. I love you, too.
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Lovely and meditative
6 May 2009 | by (http://sitenoise-atthemovies.blogspot.com/) – See all my reviews

I felt Ishikawa's previous film, Tokyo.Sora, set out to make boring an accomplishment so I wasn't interested in seeing this until I discovered Hiromi Nagasaku in "Don't Laugh at My Romance" and "Funuke Show Some Love, You Losers!". She's a very versatile actress who elevates every film she's in and brings the necessary talent to make this low-key character study work. The script and story here aren't much, typical melodrama, but Nagasaku, and her younger self counterpart played by Aoi Miyazaki, are truly engaging. I could literally see their thought and emotional processes. If you are going to leave the camera on an actor for minutes at a time without any dialog, you better have good actors. The director's signature long, pale, landscapey photography compliments well here.


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