To Me, The One Who Loved You

Alt title: Kimi wo Ai Shita Hitori no Boku e

Movie (1 ep)
3.701 out of 5 from 659 votes
Rank #3,166
To Me, The One Who Loved You

A boy who lives with his father after his parents divorce. He meets a girl named Shiori Satou at his father's research lab, and they begin a relationship that is slowly blossoming into love. But everything changes when their parents decide to marry each other, and they decide to move to a parallel world where they are not stepsiblings.

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The whole treatment of 'make-a-choice' movie was the pull that lead me to watch this. The whole look and feel of the poster and the premise was definitely enticing and expectations were a little high. Unfortunately the movie felt flat, for me, it had a good premise and potential but a lot of loopholes in explaining why things happen the way they did. This could be due to lost in translation though, understanding it based on the subtitles. The Sci-fi concept wasn't anything new. It had a simple premise with the big hopes for a larger than life romance that transcends through time, parallel worlds and what-not, however, the chemistry wasn't really there. As someone who loves 'love' and the different notions of it, this just didn't speak to me. It is very script driven so be prepared to be relying on lots of explaining instead of showing. I watched this one first, and here's my review of To Every You I've Loved Before They say that your experience may differ based on what you watch first so it can be all subjective. Definitely something I can't say for sure that may differentiate how you feel overall.  Slight spoiler ⚠️  . . . In the end, it felt like it's up to the viewer on how you want to interpret what happens, do you believe they've continued on to another parallel world? Did they eventually passed to the other side? Did they reset and start again back to when they were young? You may see a few other interpretations out there but to me, it's all relative. Maybe the author has the answer...

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