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Directed by  Shin Togashi
Release date  2006
Initial release  21 October 2006
Story by  Yuka Murayama
6.5/10 IMDb

Screenplay by  Masako Imai
Country  Japan
Director  Shin Togashi
Produced by  Kôjirô Hashimoto
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Based on  Angel Egg, by Yuka Murayama
Starring  Hayato Ichihara Manami Konishi Erika Sawajiri
Cast  Erika Sawajiri, Hayato Ichihara, Manami Konishi
Similar  Ghost Train, Sugar and Spice, The Mamiya Brothers, Mondai no nai watashitachi, Closed Diary

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Angel's Egg (天使の卵, Tenshi no Tamago) is a 2006 Japanese romantic melodrama film directed by Shin Togashi and based on a novel by Yuka Murayama.

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Film summary

On the way to hospital to visit his father, art student Ayuta Ipponyari (Hayato Ichihara) spots and falls in love with a beautiful woman on the train. He hurriedly draws a sketch of her until she departs the train.

At hospital Ayuta is talking with his father when a new doctor enters the room and introduces herself as Dr. Haruhi Godo (Manami Konishi). Ayuta immediately recognises her as the beautiful woman from the train. He also learns that she's divorced and an older sister of his long-time girlfriend Natsuki Saito (Erika Sawajiri), who wants to be his bride.

Believing Haruhi is the One, Ayuta attempts to woo her into accepting his romantic interest, not realising that their emerging love triangle would carry lasting consequences for all involved.

Cast

  • Hayato Ichihara - Ayuta Ipponyari
  • Manami Konishi - Dr. Haruhi Godo
  • Erika Sawajiri - Natsuki Saito
  • Tomokazu Miura - Shibusawa
  • Kazuma Suzuki - Hasegawa
  • Keiko Toda - Sachie Ipponyari
  • So Kitamura - Naoki Ipponyari
  • References

    The Angel's Egg Wikipedia


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