Two people meet each other after missing the last railroad train dwelling, leading to a beautiful relationship over 5 years.
她和他的恋爱花期, I Fell in Love Like a Flower Bouquet, เมื่อรักเคยงดงามดั่งช่อดอกไม้, Hanatabamitai na koi o shita, Loved Like a Flower Bouquet
Yous know society has really worn you downward when you fall asleep during a Kaurismäki film.
There is this scene in the jdrama
where the main grapheme starts crying while saying, “I am and then happy.” straight followed by “I am sad.” and when asked why, it’due south simply because “This happy moment will end.” I experience that jdramas and films really go that, that happiness is bittersweet because information technology tin can’t concluding forever but that is also what makes it worth seeking and experiencing even while knowing information technology is fleeting.
Also, they really get the idea that 2 people tin can meet, love each other, share a deep bail, maybe even change each other’south lives and and so just part ways without it…
Masaki Suda proves himself time and time again to exist an outstanding histrion capable of displaying the full range of homo emotions and committing wholeheartedly to his roles. Kasumi Arimura is also great, and the 2 play off each other perfectly. And the supporting actors in this film are some of my favourite new faces and independent actors, including Kumi Takiuchi, Shodai Fukuyama, Kotone Furukawa (Cycle of Fortune and Fantasy), Minori Hagiwara and Yusaku Mori (who both star in Sasaki in My Mind). Joe Odagiri fans are going to lose their minds every bit he’s looking pretty hot in this i. A super lovely romance story that proves that when the foundation of love is respect and genuine connectedness, the fallout doesn’t have to be ugly, and y’all can leave each other with feelings of gratitude.
Shoutout to Baron the cat.
Two outputs of music. two
white shoes, two gigs; two
Editing reflects the spitting images of what one time was. The Japanese music scene and cinematic releases are the backdrop for the progressing
Formally fresh and honest.
dries the chirapsia heart that ended simply like when
suspended their activities and when sleepiness drifted in during that Aki Kaurismäki film. Two will share the happy and long years now (silently inside).
Some relationships really are like a “flower bouquet”.
it’s beautiful, lights up the room and makes your day a niggling better but at some point information technology’ll attain its stop but information technology doesn’t mean it wasn’t true.
This review may contain spoilers. I tin can handle the truth.
Hello??? I only signed upward for sweet romantic fluff not the harsh reality of life??? The get-go half fabricated me go “awww” only the break upwardly scene 😭
The writing is a fleck pretentious merely I really liked information technology! The earphones quote and the scene with the red traffic light are everything.
Love how they incorporated real-life events from the fourth dimension menses equally well (P&D, Switch release and even A Brighter Summer Day re-release)
this made me want to love notwithstanding not want to at the same time what the fuck
A film about two college students – a boy and a daughter – discovering each other by run a risk and quickly realising they’ve each met ‘the one’. And it’s a delightful, extended meet-cute that I recollect pretty much anyone could relate to. You know that feeling: when you lot encounter someone and
instantly, a flame is lit and yous never run out of conversation, discovering all the things y’all have in common: the books y’all read, the films y’all sentry, the music you listen to and your shared idiosyncrasies, such as, “How come rock doesn’t rip paper?” in Stone, Newspaper, Scissors.
I could have watched a whole film of this; it’south enchanting, smile-inducing and funny (I laughed several times).
Still, no one…
A very consummate, truthful love story between two “literate youth” in Japan. They showtime met every bit sharing uncountable similarities, however ends with the difference in life journey.
I like how the scriptwriter utilise bilateral lines from the boy and girl, to illustrate their emotions and thoughts towards others respectively, as the relationship goes forth.
Maybe true beloved depends on how much you are willing to share, listen and sympathize for a lifelong period of fourth dimension; how unselfish it is, that makes it hard.
made in japan aşkı asla baymaz büyüsüne inanıyorum <three bir puanı da yamane paspas yaptığı yere bastığı için kırdım
I loved that they showed the ii chief characters falling out of dearest & information technology didn’t end perfectly. I hate sparkly happy e’er after movies and this wasn’t that ☺️ Also Suda Masaki is incredible regardless
non as melodramatic as i expected and actually i loved that! the start one-half being some kind of a dream of mine meanwhile the other half is the complete opposite tho. yes, information technology’due south the type of a film that makes yous smile a petty while your optics are filled with tears.
and congrats to masaki suda because he got his dream girl irl, yayy!
The last time I watched a romance film this bitter was early this year, I watched Usa and Them, nigh experience the aforementioned, a couple who think they can alive together and be happy forever but considering the demands of life as adults make the couple drift autonomously.
Accompanying each other in difficult times, being happy with each other when they accept nothing, makes so many beautiful memories but at some point this relationship cannot be saved, and is presented here with bitterness.
I honey the the two MC, Mugi (Masaki Suda) and Kinu (Kasumi Arimura), their chemistry is and then skillful, in every phase of the human relationship shown in this pic, the chemistry feels quite existent. Unfortunately, it feels weird…