Satoshi is in the 3rd year of high school. He and transfer student Rin are busy forming a band to perform at the school cultural festival even though they are banned. They perform live, but Rin later collapses and tragedy ensues. Devastated, Satoshi goes back in time to when he met Rin for the first time.
The manga is more exciting, the live action is disappointing, it basically talks about elements of common life and death of teenagers, boring that rarely seems to be as problematic as thinking of how to tell it where it begins. It's as if she's laughing involuntarily from beginning to end, but the scene that most hides is the scene that the classmate's son confesses, yes, it's the last straw. It's no surprise how budget and time did not exist and it was revealed that why Second Summer, Never See You Again is over. A film without expression is a crime against the fans.