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Love Letter

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Time Out says

Japan's Fuji Television produced this glossy exercise in adolescent longing, and it looks it. A vehicle for pop idol Miho Nakayama to sigh and offer melancholy looks aplenty, it gives her a double role as Hiroko, the prim, grief-stricken young woman who sends a letter to her dead boyfriend's old address, and Itsuki, the rather feistier type who (happening to share a name with the chap in question) gets this unexpected missive, and whose initially tentative response is to send both girls on a voyage of discovery.
Written by TJ
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