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Enoshima Prism (2013)

Enoshima purizumu (original title)
Shuta, Saku and Michiru have been best friends since they were kids. Tragedy strikes the friends when during the winter of 2010, Saku dies from a heart attack. After Saku's death, Shuta and... See full summary »

Director:

Yasuhiro Yoshida

Writers:

Hirotoshi Kobayashi (original story), Yasuhiro Yoshida (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sôta Fukushi ... Shuta
Shûhei Nomura Shûhei Nomura ... Kijima
Tsubasa Honda ... Michiru ando
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mariko Akama Mariko Akama
Honoka Miki
Naomi Nishida Naomi Nishida
Marika Yamakawa ... (as Mami Kawamura)
Yô Yoshida
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Shuta, Saku and Michiru have been best friends since they were kids. Tragedy strikes the friends when during the winter of 2010, Saku dies from a heart attack. After Saku's death, Shuta and Michiru become more distant. On the third year anniversary of Saku's death, Shuta boards a train in the Enoshima subway. Somehow, Shuta travels back in time to 2010, before Saku died from a heart attack. Although Shuta is confused by the time change, he attempts to save Saku by changing the past.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Groundhog Day meets high school rom-com
14 November 2020 | by mister_batemanSee all my reviews

This guy's friend dies and two years later he finds a time travel device which he then uses to go back and try to change the future. It's pretty goofy at times and serious at others, which comes across a bit uneven, but it's charming and the story is interesting enough to keep your attention, so overall I found it enjoyable.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

10 August 2013 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Enoshima Prism See more »

Filming Locations:

Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan

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