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The Last Love Song on This Little Planet (2005)

Saishû heiki kanojo (original title)
Quiet, introverted high school girl Chise, who is madly in love with Shuji, a confident, arrogant athlete. They both go to the same high school in Hokkaido, but it takes Chise all of her ... See full summary »

Director:

Taikan Suga

Writers:

Yukako Shimizu (screenplay), Shin Takahashi (manga)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Adeyto ... (voice)
Robert Baldwin Robert Baldwin
Masatô Ibu
Shihori Kanjiya ... Akemi
Takuji Kawakubo Takuji Kawakubo
Ryô Kimura Ryô Kimura ... Atsushi
Shunsuke Kubozuka Shunsuke Kubozuka ... Shuji
Aki Maeda ... Chise
Kenji Motomiya Kenji Motomiya ... Government official
Satoshi Nikaido Satoshi Nikaido
Miki Sakai Miki Sakai
Kiyohiko Shibukawa Kiyohiko Shibukawa
Kanji Tsuda Kanji Tsuda
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Quiet, introverted high school girl Chise, who is madly in love with Shuji, a confident, arrogant athlete. They both go to the same high school in Hokkaido, but it takes Chise all of her courage to tell Shuji about her feelings for him. The two hit it off and form a strong, loving bond, which only intensifies when war breaks out in Japan. But Chise has a secret, one so dark, so terrible that it may threaten not only her relationship with Shuji, but also her life, his life and the future of the entire country. For Chise is no ordinary girl, she is the ultimate weapon of mass destruction, a genetically engineered cyborg built specifically for military use - and when she goes into battle she strikes fear in everyone around her, including her own troops. Written by Anon

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Taglines:

Ai shiteiru kara, hito de irareru (I am in love, so I can remain as human)

Genres:

Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

28 January 2006 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Saikano - Tagebuch der Liebe See more »

Filming Locations:

Hokkaido, Japan

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Remake of She, the Ultimate Weapon (2002) See more »

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Great Movie...
26 January 2008 | by dmosheyeSee all my reviews

Please don't read the others comments for they have no clue to LIVE ACTION MOVIES. This movie was touching and a piece of art. I enjoyed this movie in its entirety. You may need to watch the ANIME first before watching this to have a complete understanding as to where the directors were going with the CGI and Special effects. It couldn't have been pulled off any better. I applaud them for their work and look forward to their next movie which should make progress in leaps and bounds.

I cannot disclose to much information but this drama/ sci-fi is about a girl who was given the ability to protect their country from invaders. The implants she was given started out needing the aide of the scientists who gave her these abilities but later they started adapting and modifying themselves according to her emotions and need to win. SHE: Became the Ultimate Weapon. It evolved without anyone's help. It is a sad yet love story that you should learn to appreciate.


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