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Kiiroi Namida, when I first watched it, appeared to be a little bit dull and not the best movie to watch. After re-thinking about that, I completely take back that thought. The movie was entertaining, and provided different lessons for life. Although it wasn't the "happiest" movie, it was a good way to show that everything you want to happen, will not always happen. Four young men set out to achieve their dreams (Hopes of becoming a writer, a manga artist, a painter, and a singer), wanting nothing more than that. As time goes on, not much changes from their starting point, those boys attempt to get back on their feet (money-wise). This movie was very satisfying for me, and I'm glad I saw it. I do recommend people to watch it if they get the chance.
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