Hana Yori Dango: Final theatrical movie
After two television series, the live-action adaptation of Yoko Kamio's Hana Yori Dango (Boys Over Flowers) manga will end with the Hana Yori Dango: Final theatrical movie, which finally screened in Singapore. (The film opened in Japan on 28th June 2008 in Japan.)
The series' chief director Yasuhara Ishii will start the two-month shoot in January and include overseas locations. The original mangaka Yoko Kamio developed the story with the series scriptwriter, Mikio Satake (the penname of actor Takayuki Takuma).
The romantic comedy centers on a girl named Tsukushi who struggles with life in a clique-filled private academy and her feelings for the boys in the most elite clique, F4. The movie will take place one year after Tsukushi's graduation ceremony (which was the last scene of the second television series) as a major incident brings the five main characters together.
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Synopsis :: Following the press conference to announce Tsukasa and Tsukushi's wedding date, his mother presents Tsukushi with a family heirloom: a tiara called "Smile of Venus". When the tiara is stolen by a mysterious man in black and the crime is subsequently covered up, Tsukasa takes Tsukushi on a wild adventure around the world to retrieve it.
This movie is worth watching and I liked it though I am not a Fan of the series. The very reason being that I am able to connect with both the protagonist in the movie especially Tsukasa Domyoji. I understands how he feels for his fiancée Tsukasa and how strongly he believes that they are made for one another.
The Moral of the story : LOVE is built on TRUST and Strengthen through Obstacles in Life.
The Question of the day from the movie : Do you picture your Other-Half in the Future of yours in all you want to do and achieve.
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