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Flying Colours (2015)

Flying Colours
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Nanami Abe Nanami Abe
Sayaka's friend Yui
Morio Agata Morio Agata
Cram-school's president
Atsushi Ito Atsushi Ito
Tsubota-Sensei
Honami Kurashita Honami Kurashita
Sayaka's friend Maki
Airi Matsui Airi Matsui
Sayaka's friend Mika


Written by
Hiroshi Hashimoto Hiroshi Hashimoto
(screenplay)
Nobutaka Tsubota Nobutaka Tsubota
based on the novel by


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Release date: 1 May 2015
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"A wonderful feel-good Japanese movie about how one person can inspire you to reach for your dreams and in this case it's a cram school teacher who helps a young blonde girl with no future to realise her true potential. True, it's not groundbreaking by any means. But is it interesting? Is it emotionally gripping? And most importantly, is it memorable? This is all three, and more. Taking literally the best parts of what characterizes Japanese movies - over the top acting, narrative exposition, cla"


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