Last Quarter

Synopsis: Do you believe in love after death? On the eve of her 19th birthday, Mizuki (Kuriyama) doesn't have a lot to celebrate about. Her mother recently committed suicide, her stepfamily bothers her, her boyfriend has been cheating on her and her best friend has betrayed her. Hurt and disillusioned, Mizuki runs from everything and is drawn by some unknown force to a dilapidated estate. Deep within the house Mizuki discovers the mysterious Adam (Hyde), playing a hauntingly familiar melody on the guitar. Melancholy and full of secrets, it seems that Adam, and the house, have a strange, irresistible link to Mizuki. Can Mizuki's boyfriend and a couple of well-meaning schoolchildren uncover the secret of what happened 19 years ago and free Mizuki before the last quarter of the moon falls?
Genre: Drama, Romance
112 min

I had a dream.

The same dream.

That sad, fleeting melody emanating...

from the darkness.

Happy Birthday, Mizuki!

- Thanks.

- Mizuki!

Happy Birthday, Mizuki!

It's late. You'd better call your mom.

She'll be worried.

She doesn't care about me.

There's no room for me there.

Don't be like that.

It's about time you got over it.

By the way, you shouldn't drive

back to Kamakura tonight.

I'll be all right.

I'll stay at Shige's again.

I'm sorry.

Dad remarried just like that.

Made me move away

to Yokohama, too.

But it didn't stop me.

Even got into school nearby.

I hear you.

What I meant was...



- No.

- Why?

They can all see.


Thanks for coming.

Take care of Tomoki.

Right. You too.

See you.

Bye. Take care.


Aya, had a bit too much?

Are you all right?

I'm fine.

You don't look fine.

Wanna see something?


Mizuki, wait!

Hey, Mizuki!

I tried so hard today.

What did I do wrong?

What's most important to me is gone.

What do you mean?

The man who loves only me!

Hey. Hold on!


That tune...

I'm sorry for intruding.

I know the melody.

Because I wrote it for you.

That's impossible.

I've known it since I was very little.

I started the piano because

I wanted to play this melody.

I could never play it

to the end, though.

I've never met anyone else

who knows it.

This is the first time...

I've met someone who knows it.

It's not the first time.


We met before?

How odd.

It doesn't feel like

it's my first time being here.

I've seen a house like this

in my dreams.

But in my dreams it was always

locked and I couldn't get in.

Do you live alone?

I'm renting it for a week.

Where are you from?



That's far away.


We got you a cake yesterday

and we were waiting.

Are you going somewhere?

Going on a trip with your friends?


Hey, Cinderella!

Here's your shoe.

Hey, are you going somewhere?

You're carrying a lot.

I don't know

what Aya told you, but...

She's serious about you.

You must've known

how she felt for a long time!

I'm sorry.

But you're most important to me.

You let her on the bike, didn't you?

You must've forgotten your promise.

I haven't forgotten.

Then why?

If you break your promise...

Remember that?


Come on! Piece of crap!

Damn! Key!

So it wasn't a dream.



Mom, what's wrong? Mom.

Mom! What's the matter?

Mom... Mom... Mom...

Mom! Don't leave me!

Don't leave me!

Please don't leave me!

I thought you'd left.

I feel out of place at home.

Am I disturbing you?

I'm relieved.

My father remarried a year ago.

Now he has a new wife and her kid.

But she's actually his daughter.

He was having an affair

while my mom was still alive.

They're trying hard

to hide it from me.

But it's so obvious.

That's why my mom...

And my half-sister is afraid that

I may get more attention from her mom.

So she's always mean to me.

Her mother tries to be nice,

but it just makes things worse.

I'm saving up to move out.

Sorry. I don't know why

I'm telling you all this.

Thanks... for coming back.

Maybe we have met before.

I never tell such things to strangers.

Well, come to think of it,

I don't know your name.



- I am...

- Mizuki.


My boyfriend.

Ex, actually.

We broke up yesterday.

He's flirtatious and loose with girls.

Every time I saw him

apologize profusely...

I couldn't stay mad at him.

So I just sucked it up and forgave him.

Because I still loved him.

But not this time. I've had enough!

He slept with my best friend.

You should go ahead and cry

at a time like that.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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