Follows the struggles through life and relationships of Komatsu Nana and Osaki Nana.

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Follows the struggles through life and relationships of Komatsu Nana and Osaki Nana.

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Disappointed from such a good manga
15 August 2007 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Saw it not too long ago and I must say that I was fairly disappointed. Especially since the second half of the story is just so heartbreaking and dramatic, having seen the anime, and they just destroyed it.

The new Hachi feels pretty fake, and her acting reminds me a lot of her old role in "Kurosagi", which is by the way a complete different character (A.k.a the girl that cries "Kurosaki-saaaaan" 10 times á episode). But other than that the other new arrivals were okay, not great, but okay.

Lack of feeling, sloppy editing and some bad acting is what you get here, although Hiroki Narimiya (Nobu) pretty much saved it from being a total disaster. I must say that his acting is just getting better and better... not to mention his cool mohawk haircut in this flick.


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