Kaori lost her eyesight and family in an accident. While trying to enjoy the small things in her life, Kaori struggles to live happily. Kaori mistakes Rui for someone else and begins to talk to him. Rui was once a promising kickboxer, but something happened in his past to cause him to disassociate himself from everyone. Kaori's smile brings out a change in Rui. The two people begin to have feelings for each other, but Rui learns about Kaori's past accident and his connection. Rui decides to take part in an underground fight to pay for Kaori's eye surgery. (Source: AsianWiki) Edit Translation
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Through their eyes....This movie is currently airing on local cinema in my country so that is why i already watched this movie. Gonna give the review with less spoiler as much as i can.
Personally, i haven't watched the original aka Always so i wouldn't know the storyline at all when i watch your eyes tell. The storyline is really beautiful and i believe Always would be top notch movie even i haven't watched it. Ryusei and Yuriko really did their best to deliver heart-warming and sometime aching love story. Love with the acceptance of one another's flaws. Did i cry? Yes i did to the point i had to change my face mask since i wet it.
Through eyes both metaphorically (in case of Kaori, she could tell whatever Rui's do even though she suffers eyes impairment) and literally (in case of Rui whom could find warmth of love and affection in Kaori), you could see the meaning of what the love is.
OST ofc you know sung by BTS and it completes the movie. Worth watch for you who loves romance stories.
her eyes..a love story that would get you into your feet, i watched this because of ryusei and wasn't expecting anything but the movie made me cry so hard and the story and chemistry was built so well?. It was a roller coaster ride and i love how the movie made me feel different kind of emotions. I also admire the female lead because it's not easy to live alone whilst you're also blind plus her bright personlity bring me hope that we can still be happy despite of our illness and problems. Both their acting are performed well and they were able to portray the character as if it was them.Super highly recommended plus the title suits the movie a lot?