Hana Yori Dango Final

(Japanese Movie)
Hana Yori Dango Final (DVD) Japanese Movie
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Hana Yori Dango Final

Hana Yori Dango Final

  • Video
  • NTSC Widescreen
  • Audio
  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
  • Region code
  • Region code All

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  • Title : Hana Yori Dango Final / 花より男子F (ファイナル)
  • Also known as : Boys Over Flowers Final / Meteor Garden Final
  • Running time: Appx. 131 minutes
  • Distributor : Toho Company Ltd
  • Listing date : 15 May 2011
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)

  • Directed by
  • Yasuharu Ishii
  • Cast by
  • Inoue Mao , Matsumoto Jun , Oguri Shun , Matsuda Shota , Abe Tsuyoshi
  • Synopsis
  • Tsukasa Domyoji (Jun Matsumoto) and Tsukushi Makino (Mao Inoue) are driving in a convertible through the Nevada desert when there is a flashback depicting the events leading up to their current situation. Weeks prior, Tsukasa announced to the world that he was engaged to Tsukushi. He revealed her identity by publicly releasing an embarrassing picture of her eating a mouthful of noodles, angering Tsukushi. Furthermore, as a result of the announcement, Tsukushi's family became targets of media attention.

    Soon after, Tsukushi’s parents formally met with Kaede Domyoji (Mariko Kaga), Tsukasa’s mother, to discuss the wedding engagement. Kaede presented Tsukushi with "Smile of Venus", a tiara which grants endless love to the owner and her partner. Upon accepting the tiara, Tsukushi, Tsukasa and Tsukushi's family proceeded to spend time at Hotel Volver. Tsukushi's family left her and Tsukasa alone together, to which the two are about to kiss when a disguised man crashed through the hotel window, seized the tiara and ran off, forcing Tsukasa to pursue the thief with Tsukushi chasing far behind. However, the thief managed to escape. Tsukushi and Tsukasa returned to their room, where they noticed that the broken window was fixed as if nothing happened. Even the hotel staff claimed that they heard of no disturbances, even though Tsukasa and the thief created chaos throughout the hotel. After some investigation, Tsukasa's butler Nishida (David Itō) informed Tsukasa that the thief may be in Las Vegas. To get the tiara back without anyone else knowing, Tsukasa and Tsukushi secretly planned to go there...

  • Synopsis
  • Tsukasa Domyoji (Jun Matsumoto) and Tsukushi Makino (Mao Inoue) are driving in a convertible through the Nevada desert when there is a flashback depicting the events leading up to their current situation. Weeks prior, Tsukasa announced to the world that he was engaged to Tsukushi. He revealed her identity by publicly releasing an embarrassing picture of her eating a mouthful of noodles, angering Tsukushi. Furthermore, as a result of the announcement, Tsukushi's family became targets of media attention.

    Soon after, Tsukushi’s parents formally met with Kaede Domyoji (Mariko Kaga), Tsukasa’s mother, to discuss the wedding engagement. Kaede presented Tsukushi with "Smile of Venus", a tiara which grants endless love to the owner and her partner. Upon accepting the tiara, Tsukushi, Tsukasa and Tsukushi's family proceeded to spend time at Hotel Volver. Tsukushi's family left her and Tsukasa alone together, to which the two are about to kiss when a disguised man crashed through the hotel window, seized the tiara and ran off, forcing Tsukasa to pursue the thief with Tsukushi chasing far behind. However, the thief managed to escape. Tsukushi and Tsukasa returned to their room, where they noticed that the broken window was fixed as if nothing happened. Even the hotel staff claimed that they heard of no disturbances, even though Tsukasa and the thief created chaos throughout the hotel. After some investigation, Tsukasa's butler Nishida (David Itō) informed Tsukasa that the thief may be in Las Vegas. To get the tiara back without anyone else knowing, Tsukasa and Tsukushi secretly planned to go there...