A bunch of lazy and unmotivated schoolgirls are thrown into the extracurricular music club of their school and not exactly voluntarily. They are trying to cut out the hard stuff - yes, mathematics - and become the replacement crew for the actual musicians in the school club, but slowly come into their own as they learn to handle the instruments and themselves better. Craziness and zaniness ensues, but how is the swing music delivery at the end?
Girls meet Jazz!!!
Did You Know?
The short song that the group played on the train wile it was struck in the snow was: "Take the A Train" by Billy Strayhorn See more
When Yoshie Saito, the character portrayed by Shihori Kanjiya, first places the mouse on the end of her Trumpet, it has no tail. In later scenes it is shown with a tail. See more
[following the girls who went to collect matsutake mushrooms in the woods
Why am I stuck doing this too?
It's dangerous for a bunch of girls to be alone in the woods. Especially me, I'm definitely pervert bait.
More likely bear bait.
During the closing credits, the characters from the movie lip-sync along with "Love" by Nat King Cole. See more
L. O. V. E.
Written by Bert Kaempfert
and Milton Gabler
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole See more
11 September 2004 (Japan)
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Also Known As:
Garotas do Balanço
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $18,758,613
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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