In Fujisawa, where the skies are bright and the seas glisten, Sakuta Azusagawa is in his second year of high school. His blissful days with his girlfriend and upperclassman, Mai Sakurajima, are interrupted with the appearance of his first crush, Shoko Makinohara. For reasons unknown, he encounters two Shoko-s: one in middle school and another who has become an adult. As Sakuta finds himself helplessly living with the Shoko-s, the adult Shoko leads him around by the nose, causing a huge rift in his relationship with Mai. In the midst of all of this, he discovers that the middle school Shoko is suffering from a grave illness and his scar begins to throb...
What can we say about the movie without spoiling it too much since the movie really gets straight into it? Well, we have Futaba trying to explain Quantum Physics again while experiencing more issues regarding the puberty syndrome that we were introduced to in Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai. Compared to the series the movie has a much darker tone to it. It still has its playful moments but this emotional ride left me feeling both satisfied and rather drained at the end of it all. If you feel you're not in the right mindset for it, I'd suggest waiting for the right time. Listening to Futaba explaining her theories will always be entertaining although I still believe her explanations just overcomplicate things rather than making it easier for us to understand what's going on. But I did miss these characters and their comical interactions, they only get better with this movie. A fitting end to a great series.
Truely a perfect ending to such an amazing story, I don't think I have ever witnessed such a tear jerker.I loved it, thanks for making this master piece Hajime Kamoshida.
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