Life Senjou no Bokura: Director's Cut (2020) poster
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O sério Ito e o infantil Nishi se encontram por acaso durante um "jogo das linhas brancas" a caminho da escola. Apaixonando-se, Ito fica frustrado com o fato de só se encontrarem nas linhas brancas e de repente beija Nishi - e fica contente ao descobrir que o sentimento é recíproco. Do colegial, a faculdade e depois à idade adulta, um trabalho profundamente comovente que retrata a vida de dois homens que estão loucamente apaixonados com sentimentos imutáveis dentro de realidades em mudança. ~ Baseado no mangá de sucesso de mesmo nome, de 2017. Editar Tradução

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  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Movie
  • Data de Lançamento: Dez 23, 2020
  • Duração: 1 hr. 53 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.3 (scored by 5,535 usuários)
  • Classificado: #984
  • Popularidade: #1366
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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ALGUNS MINUTOS A MAIS FORAM O SUFICIENTE PARA UMA CRISE DE CHORO

Eu já fiz a avaliação desse drama na versão série e esse filme é exatamente a mesma história com alguns minutos a mais que configuram na versão do diretor.
O final é feliz mas extremamente emocionante, eu chorei por muito tempo mesmo depois de já ter acabado.
É um filme perfeito, só não dou 10 estrelas porque apesar de ser perfeito não faz muito o meu gosto pessoal, mas definitivamente vale a experiência.
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Jan 18, 2021
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Musical 9.5
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What a difference an extra 10 minutes can make

Whether you've watched the original mini-series or if you're considering checking out this version, look no further because this is the version you should watch if you can. Why?

1) Because this version has the entire content of the original mini-series. Not a single scene or dialogue or soundtrack has been changed or omitted. So, if you watch this version you'll miss nothing from the original mini-series. The only difference for those who watched the mini-series is that you will become extremely well-versed with the opening and ending theme songs because you'd have heard them 4 times within the 4 short episodes, while in this movie they only turn up once.

2) There is a 2-minute extra scene in this Director's Cut [it's at the 1:02:06 to 1:03:58 mark] not in the mini-series which provides additional context and explanation to the decision and action of one of the main leads.

3) There is an extra 8-minute ending in this Director's Cut which isn't featured in the mini-series. The extra 8 minutes were really what the whole show needed to round it off properly. The original mini-series felt a bit too rushed and cut-short at the end and while I still loved it, the ending never really properly satisfied me. But here... what a difference an extra 8 minutes made.

Personally for me, this show is the most balanced and complete BL show I've ever seen so far. I really liked it for its adorable beginning and subsequent realistic depth of struggle. It provided an introduction to our main characters from an early part of their life, and it tracked the growth of their relationship throughout the years that followed.
The show also efficiently depicted their ups and downs, whether it be internal insecurities, societal & familial pressure to conform, and the hurt and pain of bad decisions and mistakes. It's actually a surprisingly realistic and reflective representation of the everyday normal pressures of the average LGBT person living in society.
There are also not many BL shows where one can truly visualise or see the couple really outlasting the distance but here, it's all that and more. The ending here is one of the most satisfying endings ever and it will leave you with tears in your eyes but with a smile on your face.


ACTING/ CAST
Both actors did well in their roles but I was particularly impressed with Shirasu Jin in his portrayal of Itou Akira in this show. Itou Akira had the heavier weight and the bigger character development & personal growth in the show and I'm so glad Shirasu Jin was able to wonderfully portray Akira's nervousness, fears, anxieties, worries, sadness, pain, joy and happiness (it had not escaped my notice that all of Akira's biggest smiles were for Yuki) all in the right place and time.


MUSIC
Can I just say that I LOVED the soundtrack in this show. Some scenes were made extra memorable simply because they came paired with an amazing and catchy song whose lyrics were also very meaningful and fitting for the occasion. To me, the music score was one of the best things in this film, along with the story itself.


RE-WATCH VALUE
Considering that this Director's Cut is just under 2 hours long this movie is so very easily rewatchable.
But it's ultimately the realistic, moving and heart-warming love story, and the lovely couple, that really keeps me coming back to it again and again and again.

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Detalhes

  • Movie: Life Senjou no Bokura: Director's Cut
  • País: Japão
  • Data de Lançamento: Dez 23, 2020
  • Duração: 1 hr. 53 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - 13 anos ou mais

Estatísticas

  • Pontuação: 8.3 (avaliado por 5,535 usuários)
  • Classificado: #984
  • Popularidade: #1366
  • Fãs: 12,162

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