For Love's Sake

(Japanese Movie)
For Love's Sake (DVD) Japanese Movie
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For Love's Sake

For Love's Sake

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  • Japanese
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese, Malay
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  • Title : For Love's Sake / 愛と誠
  • Running time: Appx. 134 minutes
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2012
  • Listing date : 04 Mar 2013
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Production country : Japan

  • Directed by
  • Takashi Miike
  • Cast by
  • Satoshi Tsumabuki , Emi Takei , Takumi Saito , Ito Ono , Sakura Ando , Tsuyoshi Ihara , Kimiko Yo , Yo Hitoto , Masachika Ichimura , Ken Maeda
  • Synopsis
  • Tokyo, 1972, Ai’s go skiing in the snowy mountains, she loses control on the slopes but is saved at the last second by a brash little boy named Makoto, leaving him with a giant scar on his forehead. 11 years later, at the underground passageways of Shinjuku, Ai witnesses a gang rumble. A boy takes them all on single-handedly. The scar on his forehead… It’s Makoto! Hardened from years of rage, he sings from a heart already made of stone. Believing Makoto’s troubled life was caused by their childhood incident, Ai is wracked with guilt. She pleads with her parents to rescue Makoto and transferred him to elite High School. Ai declares her love for him, but he remains unmoved. Always pure of heart, Ai exclaims but she efforts are in vain and Makoto is kicked out of Aobadai and transferred to the notorious gang-ridden wasteland of Hanazono High. Ever-devoted, Ai follows him into the midst of danger and Hiroshi in turn follows Ai. Makoto draws the attraction of two members of Hanazono’s vicious girl gang; the truth of who holds the power at Hanazono and the reason for Makoto’s journey to Tokyo are gradually revealed. Hurtling toward their destiny, Makoto is pulled into rescuing Ai once again…

  • Synopsis
  • Tokyo, 1972, Ai’s go skiing in the snowy mountains, she loses control on the slopes but is saved at the last second by a brash little boy named Makoto, leaving him with a giant scar on his forehead. 11 years later, at the underground passageways of Shinjuku, Ai witnesses a gang rumble. A boy takes them all on single-handedly. The scar on his forehead… It’s Makoto! Hardened from years of rage, he sings from a heart already made of stone. Believing Makoto’s troubled life was caused by their childhood incident, Ai is wracked with guilt. She pleads with her parents to rescue Makoto and transferred him to elite High School. Ai declares her love for him, but he remains unmoved. Always pure of heart, Ai exclaims but she efforts are in vain and Makoto is kicked out of Aobadai and transferred to the notorious gang-ridden wasteland of Hanazono High. Ever-devoted, Ai follows him into the midst of danger and Hiroshi in turn follows Ai. Makoto draws the attraction of two members of Hanazono’s vicious girl gang; the truth of who holds the power at Hanazono and the reason for Makoto’s journey to Tokyo are gradually revealed. Hurtling toward their destiny, Makoto is pulled into rescuing Ai once again…