Little DJ: Chiisana koi no monogatari

(Japanese Movie)
Little DJ: Chiisana koi no monogatari (DVD) Japanese Movie
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  • Title : Little DJ: Chiisana koi no monogatari / 小さな恋の物語
  • Running time: Appx. 167 minutes
  • Listing date : 29 Jan 2009
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Kotoe Nagata
  • Cast by
  • Ryunosuke Kamiki , Mayuko Fukuda , Yoshio Harada , Ryoko Hirosue , Ken Ishiguro
  • Synopsis
  • Her hero is Taro (Ryonosuke Kamiki), a 12-year-old into baseball and radio, especially "Music Express," a song-request show. Sound quaint? But it is 1977 and a small town in Hokkaido, a more innocent, pure-hearted time and place, we are told. Taro, however, has a blood disease that lands him in the hospital where his aunt is a nurse. Rounds of tests, transfusions and injections sap his spirit, despite the kindness and dedication of his young doctor (Shigeyuki Sato) and the doc's hospital-director father (Yoshio Harada).

    The latter, a music buff who broadcasts classics over the hospital's PA system, asks Taro to relieve him as DJ — and soon the boy is ensconced in the hospital director's well-stocked library-cum-studio, spinning popular J-Pop tunes. The Candies, anyone?

    He also becomes acquainted with Tamaki (Mayuko Fukuda), a girl he first calls "the mummy" because of her bandages and full body cast — she was injured in a traffic accident. He later changes his tune when she is revealed as a cute 13-year-old — for him, an older woman.

  • Synopsis
  • Her hero is Taro (Ryonosuke Kamiki), a 12-year-old into baseball and radio, especially "Music Express," a song-request show. Sound quaint? But it is 1977 and a small town in Hokkaido, a more innocent, pure-hearted time and place, we are told. Taro, however, has a blood disease that lands him in the hospital where his aunt is a nurse. Rounds of tests, transfusions and injections sap his spirit, despite the kindness and dedication of his young doctor (Shigeyuki Sato) and the doc's hospital-director father (Yoshio Harada).

    The latter, a music buff who broadcasts classics over the hospital's PA system, asks Taro to relieve him as DJ — and soon the boy is ensconced in the hospital director's well-stocked library-cum-studio, spinning popular J-Pop tunes. The Candies, anyone?

    He also becomes acquainted with Tamaki (Mayuko Fukuda), a girl he first calls "the mummy" because of her bandages and full body cast — she was injured in a traffic accident. He later changes his tune when she is revealed as a cute 13-year-old — for him, an older woman.