Avex Communications Broadcasting Corporation
Haru, Ryo Narita, Hana Sugisaki and others will present a human love story “Yayoi, March, I loved you 30 years” will be distributed on dTV
Screenwriter Yukawa Kazuhiko, who worked on many hit dramas such as “Kaseifu no Mita” and “Queen’s Classroom”, wrote the original script, and the movie “Yayoi, March” with a gorgeous cast including Haru, Ryo Narita, and Hana Sugisaki. 30 Years I Loved You” has started distribution on the video distribution service dTV.
The story begins in March 1986. The main character, Yayoi Yuki (Haru), meets Santa Taro Yamada (Ryo Narita) on her way to school. Yayoi is a hot-blooded girl with a strong sense of justice who boldly confronts bullying in class and sharply points out her ambiguous homeroom teacher. It was all because of his hospitalized classmate Sakura Watanabe (Hana Sugisaki) who was the target of harassment. Through Yayoi, Santa also gets to know Sakura, and the three develop a friendship.
However, Sakura died of illness before graduation. The two of them, who lost their dear best friend, feel attracted to each other, but go their separate ways while joking as usual. Years pass, and while Yayoi fulfills his dream and becomes a teacher, he marries another girlfriend, but it doesn’t go well and he leads a depressed life. As if led by fate, the two meet again and experience painful misunderstandings, but…
The big point of this work is that it cuts out and builds “March only” for 30 years that Yayoi and Santa spend.
From the pale youth of high school, to the crossroads of employment and marriage, “March” where various incidents occur, will be drawn around the cherry blossoms that bloom every year.
Haru carefully and passionately performs all generations, from energetic teenagers to those in their 40s who are tossed by trials. Everyone should be able to sympathize with the real life pattern of walking their own way while having feelings for Santa.
In addition, the co-stars are gorgeous, including Ryo Narita, who expresses the life of Santa by performing the same long years, and Hana Sugisaki, who shows a pure presence in the role of Sakura, which has a great influence on the lives of the two.
Takeshi Okada as Ayumu, Santa’s son who suffers from a complicated parent-child relationship, Yukiyoshi Ozawa as Takuma Shirai, Yayoi’s husband, and Hitomi Kuroki as Maria, Santa’s mother. .
“Yayoi, March: I Loved You 30 Years” highlights irreplaceable love from the passage of 30 years.
Please take this opportunity to check it out on dTV.
■ “Yayoi, March: 30 years of loving you”
A turbulent love story drawn by Kazuhiko Yukawa, a rare scriptwriter who has produced numerous blockbuster dramas, and spinning the 30 years of two people who are bound by fate in March alone.
On March 1, 1986, Yayoi and Taro met fatefully. Although they were attracted to each other, they were unable to express their feelings after losing their best friend, Sakura, to an illness, so they went their separate ways. Challenging the dream you had when you were a child, finding a marriage partner and having a child… However, life is not smooth sailing, and he experiences divorce, gets involved in disasters, loses his spouse, and the dream he had at that time was cut off. When he lost sight of hope and was pushed to the bottom of his life, he received a message from his late friend, Sakura, after 30 years.
Work URL: https://bit.ly/3DvMPQc
Copyright: (C) 2020 “Yayoi, March” Production Committee
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