Atarashii kutsu wo kawanakucha (2012) - Watch Online. Directed by Eriko Kitagawa

Genres Drama    
IMDb rating
Writers Eriko Kitagawa (screenplay)
Country Japan
Language Japanese, English, French
Runtime 115 min
Atarashii kutsu wo kawanakucha 2012
Plot Freelance writer Aoi Teshigahara lives in Paris, France. Sen Yagami is a photographer who came to Paris, France due to his younger sister Suzume's insistence. Over the next 3 days, Aoi Teshigahara and Sen Yagami fall in love. Meanwhile, Suzume meets her boyfriend Kango, whom they have been in a long distance relationship.... see Atarashii kutsu wo kawanakucha on IMDb

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