Nana and Nana begin together, but drift apart due to the men in their lives. When Nana 'Hachiko' is forced into making the only choice that makes sense to her she hurts her boyfriend whom she leaves behind. In the meanwhile, Black Stones have a record deal and surge in popularity to rival Trapnest.Written by
There are just too many things in my life that I am having trouble accepting
Then you should understand it better than anyone else. In this world, justice doesn't always prevail. If you don't want to lose then you should not start. If you cannot accept this then go back to your hometown.
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After the credits there is a scene showing the two strawberry cups half-filled with water and a key in front. See more »
I disagree that Nana 2 was bad. Sequels are by nature boring and inferior, but this one kept up the story line and arches.
The lives are more thoroughly parsed and we learn more about nearly every character without introducing unrelated subplots. I would recommend this too all manga fans and certainly those who watched 1 should not be disappointed.
Aoi Miyazaki is a disappointment however. She refused to star in the sequel only because of one sex scene. Wow, sex is the most natural human act next to breathing, eating and drinking. It is more natural than taking the train, being in a band or sharing an apartment. She should go play in a Middle Ages period movie.
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