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Nidome no natsu, nidoto aenai kimi (2017)

Satoshi, who is a high school junior, is doing something against the rules. He is forming a band. Joining him is Rin. They nonetheless perform at the school's cultural festival live in ... See full summary »

Director:

Kenji Nakanishi

Writer:

Hirotaka Akagi (based on the novel by)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nijirô Murakami ... Satoshi Shinohara
Madoka Yoshida Madoka Yoshida ... Rin Moriyama
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Manami Honjô Manami Honjô ... Atsuko Fuse
Réna Katô Réna Katô ... Eiko Kanno
Akiko Kikuchi Akiko Kikuchi ... Yuu Enomoto
Mana Kinjo Mana Kinjo ... Himeko Kakyoin (as Mana Kinjô)
Yûki Yamada Yûki Yamada ... Rokuro Ishida
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Satoshi, who is a high school junior, is doing something against the rules. He is forming a band. Joining him is Rin. They nonetheless perform at the school's cultural festival live in front of their fellow students. There is a mishap and Satoshi travels back in time to the moment when he met Rin. Written by aghaemi

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Romance

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Nice school romance with a musical touch
21 October 2020 | by mister_batemanSee all my reviews

The story is a bit ridiculous. From the girl dying at the beginning with the boy confessing on her deathbed that he loves her and her saying "why did you tell me this now" and him being teleported back in time just to try any repeat the whole year without confessing to her because the clueless idiot thinks he shouldn't have, instead of just doing it earlier, to the school forbidding bands even outside of class hours with teachers even monitoring the local bars. Also, you don't really feel the chemistry between the two lovers. But all that aside, it's nevertheless entertaining and charming and unlike many other examples of this genre, it never gets boring. Also, music being made is always nice to watch.


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

1 September 2017 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Second Summer, Never See You Again See more »

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