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If you ask me which films I like the most, I will tell you without hesitation that I like Hana Kimi the most, which is also known originally as Hanazakari no Kimitachie

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Introduction

´╗┐If you ask me which films I like the most, I will tell you without hesitation that I like Hana Kimi the most, which is also known originally as Hanazakari no Kimitachie, a famous Japanese drama. The drama is about a Japanese girl called Mizuki Ashiya, living in United States. She has seen Izumi Sano compete in high-jumping on television and begun to idolize him. One day, she begs her parents for coming back to Japan... You think she's back just for meeting her handsome and talented idol, like most teenage girls, don't you? No, absolutely not. She is not kind of that puerility. In fact, Sano had his leg injured one day in America while trying to help Ashiya escape from some gangsters. He stops high jumping ever since. Ashiya blames herself for the incident and decides to return Japan to help Sano jump again, to repay him for what he had done for her. ...read more.

Middle

It's Nakao who talks the talk but doesn't really walk the walk: he is a kind of sharp-tongued but is the first one to protect Ashiya from others' reproaches when her secret is out. It's three higgledy-piggledy head dorms: Nanba - a philogynist, Tennouji - a violent pugilist, Oscar - a fanciful drama-lover with featured bear-dancing; however, they're always serious and hearty whenever the students of their dorms need them. It's doctor Umeda, a sensitive doctor with whom Ashiya can share anything. It's teacher Sawatari who always ends his annoucement by this saying: "It's principal's saying." And it's two main characters, one is Ashiya, sacrificing her family, friends and time to help Sano find his lost smile, his lost dream; one is Sano, who want to reach the sky, even only 1 centimetre, cold outside but warm inside, always silently protect Ashiya from being discovered that she is a girl... Who else? ...read more.

Conclusion

Anyway, all friends stand together in front of her to say goodbye. This moment really burst me into tears. I believe that, Ashiya is the most happy person in the world when Nanba proclaims: "Whether you are boy or girl, you are one indispensable part of Ohsaka High." Is there anybody feel envious of Ohsaka students and their loyal friendship? I believe anyone who watched the film would have this feeling and realize that each student is one blossom which cannot bloom forever; nonetheless, be the most beautiful and full-blown one, so that there will be no regret or pain afterward. I'm so sorry if you want to find sparkling beauty or handsome in this drama. Instead, you are likely to be back to your most beautiful moment - your teenage with so many pure feelings, so much honest and touchy friendship. Believe me, this film is produced to help you find your past gift once again ? pure radiant laughs and smiles, just like this drama's English title: For you in full blossom. ...read more.

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