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ESC to close 3.36 (by 285 users)linda linda linda
  • 2005
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized linda linda linda
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aka rinda rinda rinda

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genres life, friendship, music

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 23 Jul, 2005
duration 114 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.36 of 5 by 285 users
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A group of girls in high school decide to perform for the school cultural festival but a few days before the performance two of its members leave the band. Now, the rest of the members have to find a way to replace the missing members. In the end they come across Son, a foreign exchange student from Korea, and ask her to join the band as the vocalist. The band decides to play songs by 'The Blue Hearts' and Son tries her best to learn the songs in spite of her poor Japanese skills.

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Yamada Kyouko
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Tachibana Kei
main
Son
main
Shirakawa Nozomi
main
Teacher Koyama
supporting
Marumoto Rinko
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Comments

thekoikoi 02 Jun, 2015
Simple, that's why it was so darn good. Simple things about life are the best. It reminded me of my school years... So innocent and cute.
gregg 20 Feb, 2013
One of the best contemporary Japanese films! So true to life!
hidde 12 Jun, 2012
Really love it. Especially the atmosphere, the characters....Reminds me of my school days. :)
daredaniel 30 Dec, 2011
@misekeith, I totally agree with you. It's like a teen movie made for people who don't usually like teen movies. The pace is a bit slower than usual teen movies but it's much more mature and still ends up being funny.

Also, the sountrack by James Iha (ex-smashing pumpkins) was so peaceful :)
purefault 14 Dec, 2011
Simple & fun. Reminds me of why I ever wanted to play music in the first place. Wonderful movie.
misekeith 08 Dec, 2011
I loved this movie. It strives to depict the uncatchable atmosphere of the last days of school, the ones when you don't really now what you're doing or you're going to do, but in the end are just unforgettable.
Characters were wondeful, story was good, but especially, it was the right dose of reality and dream, of familiar and surreal.

That's what good about Japanese cinema, actually; films which don't seem to say much, but which in the end underline little truths of life.
Good work, Yamashita Nobuhiro.
janegreen 31 Aug, 2011
Boring. Yet there were few good moments and the music was good.
Just loved the Korean girl, she was really cute.
But on the whole it felt... sleepy. Nothing really happened, they spoke little, their dialogs weren't really developed, they talked when they had to.
soulmarket 26 Jul, 2011
Actually, I really liked this film. There wasn't, er, a lot going on in it, but there's just something really charming about the characters, the setting, and the situation they're put into. And The Blue Hearts' music rocked.
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