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ESC to close 3.96 (by 1927 users)tada, kimi wo aishiteru
  • 2006
  • film
  • Japan

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romanized tada, kimi wo aishiteru
native
english Heavenly Forest
literal But I Love You

Based On

based on book
title renai shashin (恋愛寫眞)
author Ichikawa Takuji (市川拓司)

Genres

genres drama, romance

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format film

Release

date 28 Oct, 2006
duration 116 minutes
status released

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avg. score 3.96 of 5 by 1927 users
total users 2901
rating 7636
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renai shashin
2003 film jp
adaptation

Synopsis

Makoto has started university, but decided to pass the opening ceremony. While wandering around he finds a girl, standing in the front of the road, wishing to pass. But no car will stop for her here, that Makoto well knows. Soon, after telling her she can't pass, they slowly become good friends, and Makoto teaches her the art of the camera -- filming together in their secret forest.

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Roles

Segawa Makoto
main
Satonaka Shizuru
main
Toyama Miyuki
supporting
Inoue Saki
supporting
Sekiguchi Kyouhei
supporting
Shirohama Ryou
supporting

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Reviews


12 Jun, 2010
This is, indeed, as many have noted, one of the most beautiful films there is. If I were asked, I wouldn't really know where to put the finger on what makes it special, or magical; at any rate, much can be attributed to the two mains. It is not a conventional love story, it has no intricate plot or what you'd call 'brilliant scriptwriting', but it's a unique experience to watch. Recommended.
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Recommendations


29 Dec, 2012
Both the movie and the web special have the element of love appearing where it's least expected to. They both also touch on real life elements like diseases and inferiority complexes. Both are beautiful love stories.

01 Jan, 2010
The two films are about quite different subjects, but they tend to have the same feeling while watching. Though, in some places the films are alike. Both have different aspects of love as a subject, but at the same time, they show love as pure as it is. Basically, those two films are really good; so that if you one, you may also find interest in the other.

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Comments

gerry 11 Feb, 2012
It is a really cute movie but I didn't really like the end.
feels like the girl died for nothing. I mean, sure, she died "for love" but she died too soon, he didn't even get to see her! kinda disappointing...
hanajima 07 Feb, 2012
Aoi *-* I loved her acting in this movie
shinjusakura 27 Nov, 2011
I cried at the end... I loved this movie !!
anna92 23 Jul, 2011
cute movie :)
soulmarket 20 Jul, 2011
Beautiful, perfect, easily one of my favorite movies. The score is lovely and suits the tone of the film, and the cinematography is just gorgeous. The colors and the setting are stunning; the cast is spot-on (Tamaki Hiroshi and Miyazaki Aoi). (Kuroki Meisa--though gorgeous--is pretty lackluster, as always, but then her character is pretty lackluster, so it all works out.)

Shinjou Takehiko directed this as well as "Boku no Hatsukoi wo Kimi ni Sasagu," also a really good film, and he's a big part of the reason why I'm so looking forward to seeing "Paradise Kiss" when it comes out on DVD. ^^
babo 10 Jun, 2011
Great movie, one of my favorites! I cried quite a bit while watching it.
housefly 03 May, 2011
Very enjoyable movie. Nice OST, great actors.. overall very cute. I can't deny I spilled a few tears over this movie.. definitely worth watching!
ahomiyachizuru 03 May, 2011
Sooo cute! ^^ And very sad too. ;( Totally worth watching.
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