Makoto meets Shizuryu, an awkward girl who seems too young for college on orientation day. They hit it off and become good friends. However, Makoto likes another girl and the time he spends with Shizuryu lessens. Shizuryu's patience breaks when Makoto brings the girl to the place she deems a precious memory of him and herself. But she soon befriends the girl and they maintain this love triangle for three years while she lives in Makoto's house. In truth, Shizuryu is sick. She cannot grow, because that will lead to her death. A week close to them graduating, she requests that Makoto kisses her for her entry in a photography contest. "... was there any love in that kiss?"
With that, she vanishes and Makoto loses will. A few years later, he receives a letter from Shizuryu, inviting him to her gallery. He arrives in New York and he sees no sight of Shizuryu. He comes back to her home one day and hears the phonecall from Shizuryu's dad thanking the girl for helping out with Shizuryu's funeral. Makoto then finds out about the whole truth and breaks down while looking at the pictures Shizuryu secretly took of him while their 3 years of living together.
Honestly, I love this show. Tamaki Hiroshi is quite versatile and I have to say that he's quite the charismatic hottie ♥ Aoi Miyazaki plays the role of Shizuryu pretty well too. It's one of those cliche romance movies that has the ending spelt out for you, but it's not boring. I give it a 4/5. Jumper
Sucks except for Hayden Christenson, who I loooooooveeee since Star Wars. Haha. The man is HOT. Very hot. He's like nacho's fresh out of the oven. YUM! Shibatora?
Honestly? I'm kinda bored with the whole I-have-supernatural-powers thing that's going on in Teppei's acting career. AND THERE WAS NO ROMANCE. I MEAN COME ON. TEPPEI SO LIKED THAT GIRL. Overall it was okay. Nothing much to be said but, if you're a teppei fan, you'll probably enjoy it. There are some comedic parts and that kinda saves the whole drama from failing. Big time