Discussion in 'J-Movies & TV' started by Aoki91, Feb 25, 2017.
Yall I legit wanna watch this again, but I remember how much I cried literally every single ep
for those that don't know
1 Litre no Namida(1リットルの涙 Ichi Rittoru no Namida?, lit. "1 Litre of Tears"; also called A Diary with Tears or A Diary of Tears) is a dramatic tragedy diary written by Aya Kitō(木藤亜也 Kitō Aya?, July 19, 1962 - May 23, 1988) published shortly before her death. The diary, a true story based on her own life, was originally written in first person. It is about a girl coping with her teenage life along with a degenerative disease. She keeps a diary of not only what she does but how she feels and the hardships she must endure. Initially, the diary's purpose was for Kitō to chronicle impressions she had about how the disease was affecting her daily life. As the disease progressed, however, the diary became Kitō's outlet for describing the intense personal struggles she underwent in coping, adapting, and ultimately trying to survive her disease. As she notes in one entry, "I write because writing is evidence that I am still alive."
omg yeah and i can't watched again
DO I REMEMBER!??!
THAT THING BROKE MY HEART INTO PIECES !
I just saw this discussion and some part of me died again even before entering...
It's on that Don't watch, you are not strong enough list.
holy crap just listening to the ost again made me cry a litre of tears
Of course! I was just watching the special episode the other day... 21122/10 would not recommend watching that episode.
Do u guys remember sangatsu kokonoka?
I have made it a tradition to listen to this song every 9th of march (kinda cheesy, I know), but this "drama", or series, had such a huge impact on me. I cried so much. Aya.. <3
I love this song.
This song and the outro ''k - only human ''were my fave ost from this series
I remember the special I think that's when her sister became a doctor to help cure the disease.
Please don't start it. Of course I remember 1 Litre of Tears. The most emotional movie I ever watched.
Yeah, her sister became a nurse. It was boring because it was mostly about this new patient in the neurology ward and how she wasn't going to rehab. I wanted to watch it for the cute male lead (Asou-Ryo Nishikido) but the plot for the special was boring and in general, there was no reason for this special to be made lol.
Anyway, I have a thing for incurable diseases and deaths in Japanese dramas so this was a good watch.
I want to watch this again but at the same time i don't want it cause i remember how
depressed i was after i have finished the drama.
my 1st jdrama
reaading from the comments already
im here just like others i guess
i CRIED SO MUCH
the ugly crying to the point where i was sniffing and my nose yea
such a great movie
i also read the manga later on
but this is one of the few times i like the live action better than the manga