|Price :|| |
|Weight :||200 g|
|Director :||Tetsuya Yanagisawa ,|
|Genre :||Others ,|
|Subtitle :||Chinese , English , Malay ,|
|Language :||Cantonese , Japanese ,|
|Video Format :||NTSC ,|
|Region Code :||ALL ,|
|Model :||DVD ,|
The movie is centered around a group of high school friends, who struggle to confess their love. The story begins when Natsuki Enomoto confesses to her childhood friend Yū Setoguchi. The movie cuts to its opening, Blooming into the Color of Love ("Koi-iro ni Sake"). After the opening, an embarrassed Natsuki denies her love for Yu and calls it a "practice confession". The next day Natsuki is confronted by her best friends, Akari Hayasaka and Miō Aida, and admits her failed confession. Her friends cheer her on and discuss the love life of Miō, who has feelings for her close friend Haruki Serizawa. Although Miō and Natsuki are having problems confessing their love, Akari remains untroubled by the possibility of unrequited love. However, she is the main focus of a boy in her class named Sōta Mochizuki, who has been in love with Akari since opening ceremony. Mochizuki, nicknamed "Mochita" by his friends, has never talked to Akari and constantly has conversations with his devilish conscience about whether to confess his love. As Mochita is feeling alone in his battle to tell Akari, he notices that one of his classmates, Koyuki Ayase, is secretly in love with Natsuki. Koyuki has changed his look, no longer wearing glasses and having cut his hair.
After school, Natsuki goes over to Yū's house and plays videos game with his sister, Hina Setoguchi. When Yū arrives home they begin studying and Natsuki asks Yū what would he do if she got a boyfriend. He responds he would support her, even though he is secretly in love with her. The next day Mochita musters up the courage to say good morning to Akari and tells her about her bed head, making it the first time they have spoken to one another. She tells him it is their little secret and he falls in love with her more, pondering who she could like. The scene changes to the female trio having lunch and talking about their guy troubles, when Koyuki gives Natsuki tickets to Honey Works. Ecstatic, she accepts and chases after him to ask him questions about merchandise, while her friends question if the concert is a date or not. After school Natsuki, decides not to hangout with Yū and instead picks out her outfit for the concert. Her brother, Kotaro Enomoto, ask about Hina, whom he likes, and Natsuki teases him which resulted in bickering between the siblings. The scene shifts to Yū's home where he is eating dinner with Hina, who comments on Kotaro's temper and how he'll never get a girlfriend that way.
The next morning Yū is returning a DVD to Natsuki and learns about her concert date with Koyuki. The two fight about her outfit, but are actually fighting about their relationship. Natsuki goes to the concert and has a great time until one of the songs (Diagnosis: Lovesickness ("Byoumei Koi Wazura")) makes her realize she is in love with Yū. Koyuki walks her home and notices Natsuki looking at Yū's house. Thinking about their previous fight, Koyuki hugs Natsuki and tries to confess, saying he won't make her sad like Yū. He is interrupted by Yū, and the two argue about their hidden feelings in front of Natsuki, who begins to cry. Yū tells Koyuki that's enough and takes Natsuki hand and leads her home. That night Yū tries but fails to text Natsuki about his feelings. In the morning before school, the two pretend like nothing has happen and walk together. Once at school, Koyuki apologizes to Natsuki.
On a train to school, Mochita, still thinking over Akari, sees a trio of schoolgirls from another school gives up his seat to one of them and heads over to the next train car. Akari, riding in the same train, notices his act of kindness. Later during lunch, Mochita gets some motivation from Koyuki and musters his courage to confess his love to Akari, in which she agreed to an extent that they walk to a cake shop after school.
Meanwhile, Haruki gets advice from their teacher, Akechi-Sensei, about his feelings for Mio. Natsuki recalls a memory of witnessing a first year delivering an unsuccessful confession to Yu. Troubled, Natsuki goes to Mio for advice. Afterwards, she musters her own personal courage and tells Yu to wait for her. The next day after school, she gathers her courage and confesses but Yu, but still thinks that he was not the one she loves. He tells her she passed her confession rehearsal and wishes her luck in the real one. As he was about to leave, he is confronted by a crying Natsuki who finally tells him that the practice was a lie and her confessions were actually real. Yu embraces her, telling her that he accepts her feelings. The ending credits, Our Fraction of a Second ("Ippun Ichibyou Kimi to Boku no"), plays.
In the mid credits, Koyuki quietly cries though silently congratulates Natsuki for finally confessing to Yu and getting accepted. Meanwhile, Hina is seen standing at the school lockers holding a letter, possibly a love letter that was meant for someone. After the credits, Natsuki barges into Yu's bedroom and wakes him, questioning his feelings for her since he didn't explicitly say that he loves her. After much pestering, Yu admits that he loves her. Natsuki is flustered and scolds him for saying it so abruptly, but happily hugs him.