Momoko Ryugasaki is the daughter of a smalltime gangster that forges Versace brand and a lowlife woman. Momoko is smitten by the Rococo period and dresses in a Lolita style, with frilly dresses and embroidery bonnet. She is raised by her father since her mother divorced him to marry her gynecologist, and he has taught her how to perfectly embroider. When Mr. Ryugasaki includes the Universal Studios brand in his products, he is forced to move to the rural Shimotsuma with Momoko to live in the house of her grandmother. Momoko decides to sell her collection of forged Versace and Universal Studios to make money to buy her expensive clothing. The rebel "yanki" Ichigo Shirayuri visits Momoko to buy clothes and soon they begin the most unlikely friendship.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Almost all of the outfits Momoko wears are from Baby, The Stars Shine Bright. The only items that aren't are a few minor accessories and mainly her shoes. Obviously her school uniform also wasn't made by Baby, The Stars Shine Bright, same goes for the dress she wears when they go to Pachinko the second time, this is by Metamorphose, Temps De Fille. See more
Humans are cowards in the face of happiness. It takes courage to hold on to happiness.
At the end of the film, Momoko and Ichigo pose together in a photo booth. See more
29 May 2004 (Japan)
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Opening Weekend USA: $2,795,
11 September 2005
Gross USA: $34,424
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $5,290,748
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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