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Ike-chan to boku (2009)

Young Yoshio's young life has not begun well. He has lost his father, has an unkind mother and even worse schoolmates. He is not all alone however. Ike-chan is there for him. She is not ... See full summary »

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Ike-chan (voice)
Arashi Fukasawa ...
Yoshio
Rie Tomosaka ...
Mitsuko
Masato Hagiwara ...
Shigeyuki
Moto Fuyuki ...
Grandpa Kiyoshi
Misako Renbutsu ...
Misae
Tokio Emoto ...
Tetsu
Sôsuke Ikematsu ...
Yoshio - college (as Sosuke Ikematsu)
Takashi Okamura ...
Azukiarai
Kazuko Yoshiyuki ...
Ikego
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Chisun ...
Teacher
Noriko Emoto
Asami Itô
Kazuya Kitadai
Takeshi Kubota
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Young Yoshio's young life has not begun well. He has lost his father, has an unkind mother and even worse schoolmates. He is not all alone however. Ike-chan is there for him. She is not quite real however. Well, she is real to him. He is not all alone after all. Written by aghaemi

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20 June 2009 (Japan)  »

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Good Bye, My Secret Friend  »

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Ashita no sora
Performed by Misato Watanabe
Released through Epic Records
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Forgettable Coming-of-age movie
13 August 2016 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Not very good Japanese drama. Coming-of-age type movie about a boy and his slime-blob imaginary friend, who struggles to find his place in the village's child community against some odds. Early on, he looses his drunkard (but caring still) father to an accident at his mistress's house, being brought up by his working mother alone from there on. Being beat up on a daily basis by the village's bullies, he manages to unite all the kids in a cliché ridden baseball-game at the end. The tone is trivial, the dialogues not noteworthy, and it tries to be something it can't quite achieve. There's much better movies of this kind out there, so maybe avoid this, chances are you'll be bored by this one. Verdict: forgettable.


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