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Summary from jdramas.wordpress.com:
A story of a married couple in short dramas, portraying four unforgettable moments in their lives from their encounter to separation. She (Tokiwa Takako) is the celebrated stage actress of a theatre company and he (Kitamura Kazuki) is a mere person in charge of props, who has secretly burned with love for her for some time. On Christmas eve in 1987, he finally gathers the courage to hand her a slip of paper with his contact details written on it. Observing the bewildered expression on her face, he half gives up and boards the train to go home. However, she is visible from the train window. He sees her standing at the platform looking and smiling at the paper he had passed to her earlier. Love soon blossoms and they get married and have children. They overcome differences and as they near the end of their lives, he makes his wife a last present.
Japanese subs by jpsubbers
Raw thanks to VampireXxX.
I'm not sure I've translated everything accurately, but I hope you will be able to enjoy it anyway Remember, keep watching till the end of the credits.
English is not my native language so there may be some mistakes. If someone happen to spot anything please send me a msg.
This is my first time doing ASS subtitles, so if there is anything wrong with them please tell me right away.
Books I used as a reference/copied from:
Hamlet by William Shakespeare: http://www.james.3zoku.com/shakespeare/ ... et3.1.html
A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2542
Seagul by Anton Checkov: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/1754/1754-h/1754-h.htm
The Cherry Orchard by Anton Checkov: http://www.ibiblio.org/eldritch/ac/chorch.htm
Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/768
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Thank you for subbing this. The story seems to be referencing the 2000 jdrama "Beautiful Life" where Tokiwa Takako played opposite kimutaku in the touching romance involving a woman with an illness.
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