Hello Dramajjangers ‘Wasurenai to Chikatta Boku ga Ita” or to put it with the simple english title “Forget me not” was definitely one of the most interesting movies I watched lately. I can’t say more before the spoiler section because the plot is different from what you have seen so
Hello Dramajjangers How have you been? Well I’ve been taking some rest during the Easter holidays and I had time to watch my shojo movies. My “plan to watch list” is huge, but I decided to choose some jmovies to watch.
“You see, you’ve always stepped on the gas. There are moments when one should hit the brakes.”
The shojo movies marathon continues. Today’s post is about Say “I love you”. To be honest, there hasn’t been a Japanese movie, that I’ve considered hard to watch (except “Kamikazi Girls” I saw that one with my best friend it had some fun parts, but omg I should have watched
Slice of life themes have an emotional intensity of their own. Yet, it’s not easy for a movie to be successful in this specific field. In order to depict in the most appropriate manner the main core of the theme a lot of effort must be put in and the
Naomi Kawase’s highly-anticipated Still The Water movie made its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on May 20, 2014. The story takes place on the subtropical Japanese island Amami Oshima where our main figures and the people surrounding them come face to face with various phases of the cycle