One day, "Me" - a highschooler - found a paperback in the hospital. The "Disease Coexistence Journal" was its title. It was a diary that "Me"'s classmate, Sakura Yamauchi, had written in secret. Inside, it was written that due to her pancreatic disease, her days were numbered. And thus, "Me" coincidentally went from Just-a-Classmate to a Secret-Knowing-Classmate. It was as if he were being drawn to her, who was his polar opposite. However, the world presented the girl that was already suffering from an illness with an equally cruel reality.Written by
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If we were alone, we wouldn't know we exist its because of relationships i have with people that I am living
I have feeling because of others, I have a body so that I can be touched by everyone
Right now, I, as formed as such, am living in this moment, I am living through our choices, right now, right here, you, and me as well, are living.
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Although the film was not released in India in an official Hindi dubbed version, a small studio AnimeDub Team has provided one, with the credits showing the name of Hindi voice cast instead of the original. See more »
I was intrigued by this anime from the get-go. The title itself was eye catching as I had never seen such a bizarre name, and I sat down to watch it as soon as I got the chance. 'I want to eat your pancreas' is about a young girl named Sakura who was diagnosed with a pancreatic illness, and told she had only a little time left to live. This film not only is beautiful aesthetically but also through the story it tells the audience. The message is to live everyday like it's your last! If you liked other anime such as 'your lie in april' or 'Kimi no Na wa' this is perfect for you.
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