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Little DJ: Chiisana koi no monogatari (2007)

Taro is a 12 year old boy who loves baseball and radio, where his favorite program is 'Music Express'. His illness keeps him in a hospital but one day he gets the opportunity to take over ... See full summary »

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Koto Nagata (as Kotoe Nagata)

Writers:

Yuiko Miura (screenplay), Koto Nagata (screenplay) (as Kotoe Nagata) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Ryûnosuke Kamiki ... Taro Takano
Mayuko Fukuda Mayuko Fukuda ... Tamaki
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yoshio Harada ... Yuji Takasaki
Ryôko Hirosue ... Tamaki - adult
Ken Ishiguro ... Masahiko Takano
Kento Kaku ... Shuhei Yuki
Katsuya Kobayashi Katsuya Kobayashi ... Makoto Ozaki
Yutaka Matsushige ... Suteji
Ken Mitsuishi Ken Mitsuishi ... Yuki
Yasuko Mori Yasuko Mori ... Tae
Eri Murakawa Eri Murakawa ... Kanae
Naomi Nishida Naomi Nishida ... Hiroko Takano
Shigeyuki Totsugi ... Taro Takasaki (as Shigeyuki Sato)
Yasuhiro Yamamoto Yasuhiro Yamamoto
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Taro is a 12 year old boy who loves baseball and radio, where his favorite program is 'Music Express'. His illness keeps him in a hospital but one day he gets the opportunity to take over the broadcast in the hospital's PA system. Around the same time he meets Tamaki, a girl injured in a car accident. Love blossoms and beautiful music is played but one day Tamaki is released from the hospital. Written by https://mydramalist.com/2779-little-dj

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Official Sites:

Amuse [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

15 December 2007 (Japan) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Predictable
12 June 2018 | by thebluest-1See all my reviews

I was looking for movies starring Ryoko Hirosue and stumbled onto this one.

During early 2000's, there was a wave of Asian movies from different countries that told similar stories of adults looking back on their younger days (elementary/middle school years). This movie follows the structure of those movies to the T which really hurt the movie, I think. The combination of predictable plot and unrealistic characters (especially the character of young Tamaki who was extremely un-natural) made it a struggle to feel sympathy for these characters and finish the movie.

If you are a fan of Ryoko Hirosue, then I think there probably are other movies that showcase her better than this one.


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