Haruta is handsome and smart, Chika is bright and naive. When they were children, they were friends until Haruta’s family moved away while he was in the 3rd grade. They meet again during a high school entrance ceremony. After all of these years, Chika is eager to join the wind instrument club. Due to an incident, the wind instrument club is about to be disbanded. Chika can't give up the flute so she attracts Haruta to her side and tries to recruit members from the wind instrument club. The group attempts to solve various cases taking place at their school while they plan to take part in a contest.
~~ Adapted from the novel "Haruchika" by Sei Hatsuno.
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This was a really slow paced movie it focuses mainly on the music and the female lead character's development .
Maybe if they add a little of romance it will be nice , I actually liked the friendship between the leads and it was funny to watch xD
The music was also nice , but I have to repeat there's NO ROMANCE kkk .
But overall it was a sweet movie & it had a decent likable ending, You will probably enjoy this if you're not asking for more or you'll say its boring :/
Masahide Ichii "Bring on the Melody!" It is among the most recent in this sub-genre. Based on a series of Sei Hatsuno teenage mystery novels that have already released a manga and TV anime, the film begins naively formic.
The film largely rules out the mysterious plots of soap operas, but focuses directly on a universal truth: being a high school hero, one who makes the big play in the field or hits the high note in the big concert, typical of anime, and manga, it looks wonderful in the abstract, but it can be scary at the moment if you watch yourself and put it into practice. A film that lacks life.