After the Rain (2018)

TV-PG   |    |  Drama, Romance, Sport


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A young student falls in love with her middle-aged boss.


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18 September 2019 | trendzilla
5
| Such a waste of beautiful content
I watched the anime and fell in love with it. I was expecting a little more finesse with the acting. The anime had a sense of delicateness with it's approach, that was not present in the movie. The male lead really did not capture the character of Kondo. He seemed loud and obnoxious in here. Which bugged me, his lines were sometimes blurted out. I think Kenichi Matsuyama would've been an awesome choice for this role knowing how he played in Usagi Drop. Nana was perfect for the role. She also did well in projecting Akira's character. The story is as good as it can be. I still love the concept of losing and finding. Of how they interacted with each other and reacted with regards to their feelings. It's a great story. Sadly I would have loved if it would've been acted better, and if the hue and colors were a little brighter.

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