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Koizora Sky Of Love Film 38


Koizora: Sky of Love - A Heartbreaking Japanese Romance Film




Koizora: Sky of Love is a 2007 Japanese film based on a cell phone novel of the same name. The film is directed by Natsuki Imai and stars Yui Aragaki and Haruma Miura as Mika and Hiro, two high school students who fall in love but face many challenges and tragedies in their relationship. The film was a box office hit in Japan, grossing over $36 million, and received several awards and nominations. It was also adapted into a TV drama series in 2008.


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Plot Summary




The film follows the story of Mika, a shy and innocent freshman who loses her cell phone and finds it with the help of an unknown caller. The caller turns out to be Hiro, a rebellious senior with dyed white hair, who shows her a photo of the sky as proof of his identity. Mika is initially scared of Hiro, but soon becomes attracted to him and they start dating.


However, their romance is not smooth sailing, as they have to deal with Hiro's ex-girlfriend Saki, who is still obsessed with him and hires a group of men to rape Mika. Mika survives the ordeal with Hiro's help, but becomes the target of bullying and rumors at school. Hiro protects Mika from the harassment, but also distances himself from her at times. Mika later discovers that she is pregnant with Hiro's child, and they decide to keep the baby and get married with their parents' consent.


Their happiness is short-lived, as Mika suffers a miscarriage after a fight with Saki. Hiro blames himself for the loss of their child, and breaks up with Mika without explanation. Mika is heartbroken and tries to move on with her life, meeting a kind college student named Yu, who supports her and helps her parents reconcile. On the anniversary of their baby's death, Mika visits the grave and finds Hiro there as well. She learns from Hiro's friend Nozomu that Hiro has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, and that he broke up with her to spare her from the pain.


Mika rushes to the hospital to see Hiro, who is in his final stages. They confess their love for each other and spend their last moments together. Hiro dies in Mika's arms, leaving her a letter and a photo of the sky. Mika vows to live on for Hiro's sake, and visits his grave every year with Nozomu.


Cast and Characters






Actor


Character


Description




Yui Aragaki


Mika Tahara


The protagonist of the film. A sweet and naive girl who falls in love with Hiro.




Haruma Miura


Hiro Sakurai


The male lead of the film. A bad boy with a soft heart who loves Mika deeply.




Keisuke Koide


Yu Fukuhara


A college student who becomes Mika's boyfriend after she breaks up with Hiro.




Karina


Minako Sakurai


Hiro's older sister who cares for him and supports his relationship with Mika.




Asami Usuda


Saki


Hiro's ex-girlfriend who is jealous of Mika and tries to ruin their lives.




Reviews and Reception




Koizora: Sky of Love received mixed to positive reviews from critics and audiences alike. The film was praised for its emotional impact, realistic portrayal of teenage issues, and the chemistry between the lead actors. However, some critics also found the film too melodramatic, clichéd, and unrealistic. The film has a rating of 7.1 out of 10 on IMDb, 7.8 out of 10 on MyDramaList, and 3.5 out of 5 on AsianWiki.


The film was a commercial success in Japan, ranking first at the box office for four consecutive weeks and earning a total of $36,684,020. The film also won several awards, including the Blue Ribbon Award for Best Newcomer for Yui Aragaki, the Nikkan Sports Film Award for Best Newcomer for Haruma Miura, and the Japan Academy Prize for Newcomer of the Year for both Aragaki and Miura. The film was also nominated for the Japan Academy Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and the Hochi Film Award for Best Actress for Aragaki.


Conclusion




Koizora: Sky of Love is a film that will make you cry, laugh, and feel the power of love. It is a story of two young lovers who face many hardships and tragedies, but never give up on each other. The film is a tearjerker that will touch your heart and make you appreciate life more. If you are looking for a romantic drama that will move you, Koizora: Sky of Love is a film that you should watch.


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