Miyuki Hirai is physically weak and she has been like that since she was a child. She then receives the diagnosis that she only has a little time left to live. Miyuki still dreams of going to Finland to see the Northern Lights. One day, Miyuki is the victim of a theft. She can't make a sound and drops down to the floor. At that time, Yusuke Watabiki appears in front of her. Yusuke is honest and a blunt young man who aims to become a glass craftsman.
This movie had two premieres in Finland, first in Helsinki and then in Levi, Sirkka, both places where the movie was filmed. The film's director Kojiro Hashimoto was present in both of them. See more »
Although you know where the story is heading, Kimi no hana, or snow flower, had a nice and cute story to present.
What I like and appreciated about this drama was the ending. It was somehow happy and they gave the whole tragic illness a better and more optemistic spin.
The love story was really cute and warm as well, even though it started a bit awkwardly. The two actors had great chemistry and their romance was somehow realistic and sweet. The performances were really good as well.
So, seven out of ten.
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