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Haru no yuki (2005)

Early 20th century Japan. Kiyoaki Matsugae, a young aristocrat falls in love with a girl he grew up with; Satoko Ayakura, who is to be married to a prince of the royal family.

Director:

Isao Yukisada

Writers:

Yukio Mishima (novel), Chihiro Itô (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Satoshi Tsumabuki ... Kiyoaki Matsugae
Yûko Takeuchi ... Satoko Ayakura
Sôsuke Takaoka ... Shigekuni Honda
Mitsuhiro Oikawa Mitsuhiro Oikawa ... H.I.H Tohin-nomiya harunorioh
Tomorô Taguchi ... Yamada, Butler of Matsugae family
Atsuko Takahata Atsuko Takahata ... H.R.H Tohin-nomiya
Kenjirô Ishimaru Kenjirô Ishimaru ... Marquis Ayakura
Yoshiko Miyazaki ... Marchioness Ayakura
Kyôko Kishida ... Kiyoaki's grandmother
Kyôko Maya Kyôko Maya ... Marchioness Matsugae
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Takaaki Enoki Takaaki Enoki ... Marquis Matsugae
Suwinit Panjamawat Suwinit Panjamawat
Anuchit Sapanpong Anuchit Sapanpong
Mirai Shida ... Young Satoko Ayakura
Chie Tanaka
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Storyline

Satoko's Father has an affair with her maid, Tadeshina, and tells her that before Satoko gets married she is to have one night with a man she really loves, who thus plots revenge. Years later Kiyoaki falls in love with Satoko but after a fight he ceases all contact with her. Satoko gets engaged with a member of the royal family. Upon finding out about it, Kiyoaki extorts romantic meetings with Satoko from Tadeshina by threatening her to show love letters he received from Satoko to her parents and inform them that Tadeshina knew about it. Satoko gets pregnant, Tadeshina promises to help but instead fakes a suicide attempt in order to exact her revenge on the Ayakura family. Now aware of Satoko's and Kiyoaki's affair and Satoko'S pregnancy, the Ayakura and the Matsugae family decide to have Satoko abort her baby in secret. Thereupon Satoko decides to become a nun. She promises the head nun that she wouldn't see Kiyoaki ever again; Who pursues her after he reads about her whereabouts in ... Written by Nyan Nyan

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Genres:

Drama | History | Romance

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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Thai | Japanese

Release Date:

29 October 2005 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Neve de Primavera See more »

Filming Locations:

Japan

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Utada Hikaru's song "Be My Last" is the theme song of this movie See more »

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Worse Japanese movie I have seen
9 April 2009 | by vampypianoSee all my reviews

It's obvious that the movie is adapted from a book, or there can be no way that 2 of the more popular stars in Japan will agree to act in this movie, provided that the screenplay is horrendous. It's incredibly slow and the slow shots are meaningless. They are just taking one minute to be ten minutes in the movie. And I was typically waiting for the guy to collapse and die the whole time, for that is obviously what is going to happen at the end. You can see it coming from the beginning. The book which the movie based its story on should be a pretty well-written book, but I highly doubt that it is suitable to be adapted into a movie. That's the thing with Japanese novels typically. Japanese authors use beautiful words and construct beautiful worlds, but unfortunately the beauty is so surreal that it can only exists in the head. Well, there are some very good adaptations of Japanese novels, say, Yogisha X no Kenshin for example. However, in that case, apart from the all-around brilliant acting from the actors, the plot plays a very important role too. The novel itself has a very strong plot, and the truth behind the crime is so impactful that it makes it difficult for anyone or anything to screw its adaptation. Unfortunately, this is no Yogisha X no Kenshin. I have not read the book, and i'm not prejudging, but still i know it is a horrible movie. Just like I have not read Twilight but I know it is not adapted well.


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