Sayonara Color

Synopsis:
Genre: Romance
 
IMDB:
6.1
Year:
2005
119 min
31 Views


But there's still hope

we can cure the cancer.

But the treatment will be severe.

Yes? No, I'm busy.

Okay, tonight.

No cell phones in the hospital.

Sorry.

Sorry again.

I'll switch it off.

May I ask a question?

Of course. What?

When did you leave Tokyo?

We moved back here late last year.

I see.

So you and Michiko were classmates?

Yes. What spurred you to move back here?

When Michiko fell ill,

she insisted on coming back home.

It did surprise me.

Me, too.

Sorry.

Does she know about the cancer?

No, not yet.

Should we tell her?

What do we do?

There's a chance that she can be cured.

But it will be hard on her...

...so it's probably best

we give her all the facts.

Is she going to die?

I'll not let her die.

Very good. I'll leave it to you.

Certainly.

Listen, Doctor.

Should I tell her?

That's up to you.

How about you?

No, I'd better.

No, you're the doctor.

What I should do?

Better I tell her.

I'll leave it in your hands, then.

That Masao SuzukLthe famous stylist.

Wake up, boy!

No sleeping in my class!

Settle down. Let's continue.

The facts on page 36will be in the test.

Especially Prince Nakanooe.

So underline it. Big underline.

Teacher! Look at The Germ!

He's on the roof.

Sasaki, get down from there!

Buy what you want!

I hate shopping!

I'm sick of you!

Don't shout at me.

That's Masao Suzuki!

- The stylist.

- Who cares?

Only these left?

Michikds lamps sell very well.

I want more of them.

Impossible. She's in hospital.

Your coffee.

I went to a play last night.

Everybody was laughing so much.

I wondered why.

I didn't find it at all funny.

I wondered why they were laughing.

Even the actors all

had big cheesy grins.

Phonies!

What?

I shouted out, "You're

a bunch of phonies!"

Are you listening?

From my seat I called

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