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Posted: May 22nd, '09, 03:22
by Jaja
Thanks for the info flamethunder85 chan.

They are shooting in Japan! as far as I remenber in the manga the whole scene was in Europe?

Posted: May 23rd, '09, 19:13
by flamethunder85
Jaja wrote:Thanks for the info flamethunder85 chan.

They are shooting in Japan! as far as I remenber in the manga the whole scene was in Europe?
I dunno 'bout the manga..

But Juri-chan said in some magazine interview that they'll first start filming in Japan, then Europe ... :-)

Posted: May 28th, '09, 19:52
by flamethunder85
From blogs (May 26th):

"Nodame movie started its filming today, but Juri-chan's not there..
Shot a 3-minute scene for 8 hours, what a movie!
The conductor is Tanihara Shosuke...."

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New cast revealed :cheers: :mrgreen:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 12:57
by tobashinki
Great drama!Anyone should enjoy this!

Posted: May 29th, '09, 13:32
by bmwracer
tobashinki wrote:Great drama!Anyone should enjoy this!
I have... Many many many times. :mrgreen: :thumright:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 14:05
by Issy
bmwracer wrote:
tobashinki wrote:Great drama!Anyone should enjoy this!
I have... Many many many times. :mrgreen: :thumright:
Is it because if the drama itself or because of Juri-chan? :mrgreen:
please be honest. :P

Posted: May 29th, '09, 14:17
by bmwracer
Issy wrote:
bmwracer wrote:
tobashinki wrote:Great drama!Anyone should enjoy this!
I have... Many many many times. :mrgreen: :thumright:
Is it because if the drama itself or because of Juri-chan? :mrgreen:
please be honest. :P
Honestly, both. :)

I think it's an excellent drama... The fact that it can stand multiple viewings with no loss of enjoyment is a testament to its production quality and acting performances. :thumright:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 15:29
by Issy
bmwracer wrote:
Issy wrote:
bmwracer wrote: I have... Many many many times. :mrgreen: :thumright:
Is it because if the drama itself or because of Juri-chan? :mrgreen:
please be honest. :P
Honestly, both. :)

I think it's an excellent drama... The fact that it can stand multiple viewings with no loss of enjoyment is a testament to its production quality and acting performances. :thumright:
Fair enough.
It is one of my favourite dramas too :P

Posted: May 29th, '09, 15:35
by bmwracer
Issy wrote:
bmwracer wrote:
Issy wrote:
Is it because if the drama itself or because of Juri-chan? :mrgreen:
please be honest. :P
Honestly, both. :)

I think it's an excellent drama... The fact that it can stand multiple viewings with no loss of enjoyment is a testament to its production quality and acting performances. :thumright:
Fair enough.
It is one of my favourite dramas too :P
There ya go. :thumright:

The fact that Juri-chan happens to be in it is icing on the cake. :mrgreen:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 18:35
by zettaiKaren
flamethunder85 wrote:From blogs (May 26th):

"Nodame movie started its filming today, but Juri-chan's not there..
Shot a 3-minute scene for 8 hours, what a movie!
The conductor is Tanihara Shosuke...."

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New cast revealed :cheers: :mrgreen:
I don't want to rain on anyone's parade; I love the manga and the drama as well but there's only about 7 volumes of material (I've read up to vol. 21) since the SP and the story's nowhere near as interesting. 1 movie is barely doable; 2 will really be a big stretch.

Ninomiya was on a maternity leave last year and she was recently diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, so I suspect a large part of the script will be based on original material. One of the best part of Nodame is the music, and this is where Ninomiya's extensive research on the classical genre really paid dividends. Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: , I'm really apprehensive as to how well he can choose the appropriate musical pieces (I'm sure he'll have help) and integrate them seamlessly into the story.

I guess we'll just have to wait and see.

Posted: May 29th, '09, 18:39
by bmwracer
zettaiKaren wrote:Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: , I'm really apprehensive as to how well he can choose the appropriate musical pieces (I'm sure he'll have help) and integrate them seamlessly into the story.
So far, he's done really well with his choices, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. :thumright:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 18:50
by zettaiKaren
bmwracer wrote:
zettaiKaren wrote:Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: , I'm really apprehensive as to how well he can choose the appropriate musical pieces (I'm sure he'll have help) and integrate them seamlessly into the story.
So far, he's done really well with his choices, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. :thumright:
The scriptwriter didn't pick the musical pieces, Ninomiya did (and the incidental music in the drama was chosen by someone else).

Posted: May 29th, '09, 18:53
by bmwracer
zettaiKaren wrote:
bmwracer wrote:
zettaiKaren wrote:Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: , I'm really apprehensive as to how well he can choose the appropriate musical pieces (I'm sure he'll have help) and integrate them seamlessly into the story.
So far, he's done really well with his choices, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. :thumright:
The scriptwriter didn't pick the musical pieces, Ninomiya did (and the incidental music in the drama was chosen by someone else).
Oh. :doh:

I guess I misinterpreted you quote...

Then this could be interesting...... :sweat:

Posted: May 29th, '09, 20:21
by flamethunder85
zettaiKaren wrote:I don't want to rain on anyone's parade; I love the manga and the drama as well but there's only about 7 volumes of material (I've read up to vol. 21) since the SP and the story's nowhere near as interesting. 1 movie is barely doable; 2 will really be a big stretch.

Ninomiya was on a maternity leave last year and she was recently diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, so I suspect a large part of the script will be based on original material. One of the best part of Nodame is the music, and this is where Ninomiya's extensive research on the classical genre really paid dividends. Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: , I'm really apprehensive as to how well he can choose the appropriate musical pieces (I'm sure he'll have help) and integrate them seamlessly into the story.

I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
I think the script is not completely done yet..From the latest mag interview, Juri-chan said she doesn't even know the ending of the story since Ninomiya sensei is still continuing the manga.... Besides, I thought they expand the movie into two because there are too many things to deliver...:unsure: No matter what, I hope the movies will be as good as the drama/SP..

Posted: May 29th, '09, 21:41
by Mwulf
My hopes are high. The live-action adaptation seems to be the best of the bunch. The anime's too low-budget, and I gave up on the manga long ago because, once the gang went to Europe, the story started heading nowhere--fast.

Posted: May 29th, '09, 22:25
by bmwracer
Mwulf wrote:My hopes are high. The live-action adaptation seems to be the best of the bunch. The anime's too low-budget, and I gave up on the manga long ago because, once the gang went to Europe, the story started heading nowhere--fast.
I felt the same way about the anime version: it didn't seem nearly as animated (no pun intended) and lively as the live action version, which is nonpareil. :thumright:

Posted: May 30th, '09, 20:51
by peachydomo
I started to watch the anime AFTER watching the drama and I couldn't finish the anime. For the few episodes that I watched I couldn't help but thinking that it wasn't as FUN as the live action.

Oh man, I just started reading the past few pages and wow have I been out of the loop. They're making a movie?!?!? Two of them?!!? YAY this is so exciting!!! :lol

Posted: May 30th, '09, 21:42
by Jhobbit
For me, one of the most enjoyable parts of the series was the music. I hope they make good choices with the music.

Posted: May 30th, '09, 23:41
by zettaiKaren
zettaiKaren wrote:Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: ...
Sorry I meant Slow Dance, the drama that starred Fukatsu Eri and Tsumabuki Satoshi. Every time I tried to finish it, I ended up :sleeping: so I eventually gave up.
...I gave up on the manga long ago because, once the gang went to Europe, the story started heading nowhere--fast.
I thought the story was still pretty interesting until the end of what transpired in the SP. As per above the writer doesn't exactly instill confidence in me; I love the drama though so I'm also hoping for the best. :pray:

Posted: May 30th, '09, 23:58
by bmwracer
zettaiKaren wrote:
zettaiKaren wrote:Given the fact that the writer of the movies is the same as the one for the drama/SP and his prior work was Last Dance :pale: ...
Sorry I meant Slow Dance, the drama that starred Fukatsu Eri and Tsumabuki Satoshi. Every time I tried to finish it, I ended up :sleeping: so I eventually gave up.
I think a lot of people have referred to it as "Slow Trance." :lol

Posted: Jun 13th, '09, 19:07
by flamethunder85
The release date of Nodame Movie I has been set:

のだめカンタービレ THE MOVIE Ⅰ(仮)
公开日:2009年12月19日
http://www.toho.co.jp/lineup/nodame/

Posted: Jun 14th, '09, 09:10
by avieamber
^ thanks a lot! well, still long way to go... 8)

Posted: Jun 14th, '09, 17:54
by bmwracer
avieamber wrote:^ thanks a lot! well, still long way to go... 8)
It'll be worth the wait. :thumright:

Posted: Jun 16th, '09, 04:48
by calimerina
flamethunder85 wrote:The release date of Nodame Movie I has been set:

のだめカンタービレ THE MOVIE Ⅰ(仮)
公开日:2009年12月19日
bmwracer wrote:
avieamber wrote:^ thanks a lot! well, still long way to go... 8)
It'll be worth the wait. :thumright:
+ 6 months (DVD release) :-(

Posted: Jun 16th, '09, 05:16
by bmwracer
calimerina wrote:
flamethunder85 wrote:The release date of Nodame Movie I has been set:

のだめカンタービレ THE MOVIE Ⅰ(仮)
公开日:2009年12月19日
bmwracer wrote:
avieamber wrote:^ thanks a lot! well, still long way to go... 8)
It'll be worth the wait. :thumright:
+ 6 months (DVD release) :-(
Probably. :sweat:

When Nodame ended in December 2006, the Box Set showed up in May... On Juri-chan's birthday. :thumright:

Posted: Jun 28th, '09, 08:12
by flamethunder85
Nodame is in Vienna now!!!

WItness saw Nodame filming in front of Vienna Golden Hall on June 27th.

Posted: Jun 28th, '09, 10:16
by LilyJade
flamethunder85 wrote:Nodame is in Vienna now!!!

WItness saw Nodame filming in front of Vienna Golden Hall on June 27th.
Oh I wish they'll come in Paris !!!!!! :-(

Posted: Jun 28th, '09, 12:28
by flamethunder85
LilyJade wrote:
flamethunder85 wrote:Nodame is in Vienna now!!!

WItness saw Nodame filming in front of Vienna Golden Hall on June 27th.
Oh I wish they'll come in Paris !!!!!! :-(
They'll definitely go to Paris. If you happen to meet them, grab more pictures please.. :mrgreen:

Posted: Jun 29th, '09, 06:57
by LilyJade
flamethunder85 wrote:
LilyJade wrote:
flamethunder85 wrote:Nodame is in Vienna now!!!

WItness saw Nodame filming in front of Vienna Golden Hall on June 27th.
Oh I wish they'll come in Paris !!!!!! :-(
They'll definitely go to Paris. If you happen to meet them, grab more pictures please.. :mrgreen:
If I know when, where and at what time, count on me ! You just have to let me know ! :P

Posted: Jul 6th, '09, 20:47
by flamethunder85
「のだめ」聖地ウィーンの楽友協会で初ロケ (1/2ページ)
http://www.sanspo.com/geino/news/090707 ... 016-n1.htm

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Posted: Jul 6th, '09, 21:24
by bmwracer
Yay Nodame!!!!!! :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:

Posted: Jul 7th, '09, 15:13
by flamethunder85
5 vids overall are up on youtube!! Post the download links later, will have to upload first. Right now, just quench your thirst with online vids first 8)

Clip 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiUha3DS ... annel_page
Clip 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsrBGLfd ... re=channel
Clip 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xnIqhI7 ... re=channel
Clip 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a18jajlX ... re=channel
Clip 5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUCz-8Km ... re=channel

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Nodame movie website update!
http://www2.toho-movie.jp/movie-topic/0 ... e1_wp.html

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Posted: Jul 9th, '09, 04:08
by flamethunder85
Nodame + Chiaki are in Paris now, I guess. :roll

Posted: Jul 9th, '09, 19:57
by LilyJade
Where in Paris? I live there so I could take some pics for you!!!! Please !

Posted: Jul 10th, '09, 05:07
by flamethunder85
LilyJade wrote:Where in Paris? I live there so I could take some pics for you!!!! Please !
I have no idea at all :sweat:

Someone saw Chiaki senpai look-alike in Eiffel Tower 2 days ago. After finished the orchestra filming in Vienna, etc., they gonna film the daily scene in Paris (I think). I don't follow the manga, so it's hard to say. WIll tell you if there's any info 'bout it. :-)

Posted: Jul 11th, '09, 15:28
by Shining_Moon
I just love this drama and the special. And of course Tamaki Hiroshi. ;D This drama is awesome!

Posted: Jul 11th, '09, 17:03
by flamethunder85
Today, there's a report seeing Juri-chan filming in Paris, taken from Mixi blog. I'll just translate what the blogger stated in her blog.

On my way back home, I discovered a tv or movie shooting crew in front of me.
Ah! That.....Wasn't she the heroine of Nodame Cantabile, Ueno Juri san!!
There were also French madam and cheese, also a goat....What?
Looks like they were puzzled by the goat's acting. CM? Or Nodame?
I felt a little lucky at the moment. The picture was taken from a strange view/corner afar.
Seems like the shooting was started from the scene of burying the head under aunt's knee, why was that taken?
I only took this one picture...
Wearing the pink cloth is Juri-chan. (No face shown!!)

More here! One picture that I can't disclose here. Sumimasen.
[NEWS] Nodame is in PARIS!!
http://community.livejournal.com/juri_ueno/62114.html

Posted: Jul 12th, '09, 07:50
by flamethunder85
The apartment Nodame and Chiaki stayed in Paris is actually the Taiwan Representative office in Paris.

I guess it's not impossible to see them there. :P

Bureau de Representation de Taipei en France
78, rue de l'Universite,
75007 Paris,
France

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Posted: Jul 12th, '09, 09:38
by LilyJade
OMG, I know that place! I'll try to see if I can see them!! Thanks for the information! :thumleft:

Posted: Jul 12th, '09, 10:08
by flamethunder85
LilyJade wrote:OMG, I know that place! I'll try to see if I can see them!! Thanks for the information! :thumleft:
Yess..Thank you!! :cheers: :alcoholic: :fight:

Posted: Jul 13th, '09, 11:15
by flamethunder85
You can find some street snaps of Nodame-Chiaki in Paris @ Ueno Juri's thread...

Big thanks to kiwizm.. :salut:

Posted: Jul 14th, '09, 19:33
by flamethunder85

Amazing dude!

Posted: Jul 18th, '09, 09:28
by scribbledclef
This is amazing! I finally found updates for NC.
BTW, I'm new, and I am a SUPER huge fan of Nodame Cantabile!
Thanks for those videos! :D

Posted: Jul 18th, '09, 10:38
by J-Pooh
WOW! Thanks for the updates! Love the manga and the drama! I've been reading the manga up to date (at least ones that are avail in English) and I have all these expectations in my head! Wonder what they'll cover. Oh I hope they do decide to do another series!

Other good musical dramas

Posted: Jul 24th, '09, 01:31
by erilot
I just discovered Nodame Cantabile and love it since my first love is classical music. Are there any other dramas out there dealing with classical music?

Posted: Jul 24th, '09, 05:17
by J-Pooh
Re: dramas featuring classical music - Kdrama Beethoven Virus was inspired by Nodame Cantabile (but it's not as good).

Posted: Jul 25th, '09, 07:47
by flamethunder85
Nodame in Palais Garnier (2009/07/16)

http://www.komikku.fr/blog/index.php?20 ... me-a-paris

Posted: Jul 29th, '09, 15:32
by bubblefly
hello! first time to post here though been lurking for quite a while.

i'm head over heels in love with nodame cantabile and its lead stars, tamaki hiroshi and ueno juri. i just finished watching the series two weeks ago and is very pleasantly surprised to learn there's an ongoing movie sequel being made. so happy to know this.

btw, saw this @asianfanatics.net


http://www.nodame-movie.jp/news/index.html

http://www.nodame-orche.com/


two nights concerts to be used as part of the film?

Posted: Jul 29th, '09, 16:32
by flamethunder85
The pics were posted pages back. And translation is in progress. :thumright:
http://www.nodame-orche.com/

two nights concerts to be used as part of the film?
Nodame Orchestra to hold their 6th concert in conjunction with the launch of the movie
Translation source: Doramaworld

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The Nodame Orchestra will be holding their 6th concert at The International Forum located in Tokyo on 31 October and 1 November. The orchestra was formed in 2006 when the drama adaptation was shown on TV and consists of musicians who were selected through a public audition. The upcoming concerts are held in conjunction with the impending release of the Nodame Cantabile movies as Part 1 is due to be screened from 19 December. Fans will get to hear the music pieces from the movie first through the concert. Tickets go on sale from 5 September.

Posted: Aug 23rd, '09, 15:07
by flamethunder85
New Nodame News Clips!!! A little teaser from the movie. Sugoi!!!

20090821 Analog 4am (29MB)
Watch on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eizz6ZndufU
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?nqam5mwzaiz

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20090821 Mezanyu & Mezamashi (14.4MB)
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?uejmz2jvymn

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Credit to Japan fans. Arigatou!!

Posted: Aug 24th, '09, 14:38
by bmwracer
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Posted: Aug 27th, '09, 04:38
by bmwracer
Not sure if I posted this video clip before... This scene was not in the torrent, but was included on the DVD... :)

(click to view)
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Posted: Aug 28th, '09, 20:35
by Baruch Menachem
I can't do torrents, but I badly want a copy of this. Is there anyone who is thinking of releasing it here in the states?

Such a brilliant story.

I am looking forward to the movie too. I have been following the manga.... Chiaki is finally getting his act together, but it seems as if Nodame has moved on. I am hoping very much that this has a good ending finally.

Posted: Aug 29th, '09, 15:02
by bmwracer
Baruch Menachem wrote:I can't do torrents, but I badly want a copy of this. Is there anyone who is thinking of releasing it here in the states?

Such a brilliant story.

I am looking forward to the movie too. I have been following the manga.... Chiaki is finally getting his act together, but it seems as if Nodame has moved on. I am hoping very much that this has a good ending finally.
Have you checked eBay?

I have seen Season 1 and the SP available there... Probably bootlegs, though.

There's also the DailyMotion site, but each episode is divided up into smaller pieces (for easier downloading, I think).

Posted: Aug 30th, '09, 21:50
by HeartStutter
Ahhhh! I'm so glad to see this thread is alive and well...This is only my second time posting but I just have to because this drama was AMAZINGGGG. Ok, forgive me while I ramble...

First of all, I had just finished watching a reallyyyy depressing drama and Nodame Cantabile was just what i needed to get over it. It's so ironic because I hadn't planned on watching this at all; I read "musicians" in the description and automatically assumed that it would be run-of-the-mill tortured artist scenario. I WAS WRONG. SO. SO WRONG. I searched around for people's favorite happy dramas, and even though everyone raved about NC, I still avoided it. Only after days of putting it off did I finally just give in and watch - with low expectations.

But man. It blew me away. First of all, it was so funny! This is the only drama that ever got me laughing out loud in spite of myself. The facial expressions and just the sheer absurdity of some of the situations made me crack up so much! One example of just how well-crafted and subtle this humor:
In the special 01, Chiaki asks Nodame to play a piece and she says something like "Any requests?...how about the fart exercise?" and he says (with a smile on his face) "I'll kill you."
Other not so subtle humor would be ANYTHING that Stresseman said!

Anyways! The acting was SUPREME; most of the characters had surprising depth, even ones who had few lines/scenes
like, Ryu and Kiyora in the specials; still managed to move me despite only one real scene where they interact
I think the biggest surprise for me though was how much I grew to empathize with Nodame. Usually I don't like these kinds of crazy characters, but she has so many facets that you can't help but root for her. For example
In the series, when Chiaki's conducting is met with huge applause, and Noda knows she can hypnotize him but hasn't told him yet, the way she bends forward and cries in the audience was so heartbreaking
Also, the
whole segment in the special 02 where she is feeling discouraged and abandoned really got me
The biggest thing for me though, was the connection between Nodame and Chiaki; they are made for each other and I love the way they complement each other. I love that there wasn't any third party getting between them either; a lot of their relationship is very mature and focuses on their personal growth. Siiighhhh, my heart is so happy that there is a movie coming out, you have no idea!

So, i'm sorry for the VERY long post, it's just that this drama really affected me and I didn't know where else to post this!

Posted: Aug 31st, '09, 03:06
by bmwracer
Yay! Another fan! :cheers:

Thanks for your observations... You've discovered along with the rest of us the depth of each character and how well written Nodame is... :thumright:

And thanks to your support and the support of all the other Nodame fans, we'll be rewarded with TWO theatrical Nodame movies later this year and early next year... :cheers:

Posted: Aug 31st, '09, 03:13
by Baruch Menachem
I am looking forward.

Too bad US tv isn't good about foreign movies. This would be a hit, I think


That scene where Chaiki is conducting Beethoven's 7th and everyone is applauding, but Nodame is crying is the best part of the whole series. The phone call between them near her house is the second greatest scene ever.

Of course, Chaiki in Hokkaido is pretty darn funny.

Posted: Aug 31st, '09, 04:00
by bmwracer
Baruch Menachem wrote:I am looking forward.

Too bad US tv isn't good about foreign movies. This would be a hit, I think
What I also don't get is Japan's TV stations refusal to subtitle their dramas and sell 'em here and around the world... They'd expand their business and there's be tons of grateful JDrama fans... :)
That scene where Chaiki is conducting Beethoven's 7th and everyone is applauding, but Nodame is crying is the best part of the whole series. The phone call between them near her house is the second greatest scene ever.
I can't possibly say one scene is the best of the entire series when the entire drama is just one great scene after another...
Of course, Chaiki in Hokkaido is pretty darn funny.
The food shopping spree was a crack up.... "Uni.... Eeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!" :lol

Posted: Sep 5th, '09, 05:02
by bmwracer
The Nodame movie site has been updated: http://www.nodame-movie.jp/index.html

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Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 04:41
by bmwracer
New trailers here: http://www.nipponcinema.com/trailers/no ... o-trailer/

Credits to vege-okonomiyaki. :thumleft:

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 05:13
by Baruch Menachem
Badly want to see where Nodame plays london.

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 06:08
by bmwracer
London?

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 15:35
by Baruch Menachem
Chapters 127-128 are her doing chopin with Stressman in London. I thought the whole arc from 120 on to 130 one of the best parts so far. Would love to see Uri do the scene which leads up to it. It colors my feeling for the music. It now has the feel of "Its tomorrow, and he does not love me now."


Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 18:45
by bmwracer
Baruch Menachem wrote:Chapters 127-128 are her doing chopin with Stressman in London. I thought the whole arc from 120 on to 130 one of the best parts so far. Would love to see Uri do the scene which leads up to it. It colors my feeling for the music. It now has the feel of "Its tomorrow, and he does not love me now."

Do you think the movie will reach that point from the manga? :sweat:

From the trailers, it looks like scenes from Paris-Hen: Chiaki working with the Roux-Marlet Orchestra...

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 18:51
by Baruch Menachem
the show so far has stuck pretty close to the manga. (they dropped the arc of the visit to his parent's house, which makes sense from a budget standpoint, but lost an important part of the logic behind Chiaki's emotional coldness)

The manga is supposed to end in January, about the same time as the second movie airs. I get the impression they are going to wind up everything together.

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 22:14
by bmwracer
Baruch Menachem wrote:the show so far has stuck pretty close to the manga. (they dropped the arc of the visit to his parent's house, which makes sense from a budget standpoint, but lost an important part of the logic behind Chiaki's emotional coldness)
So ka.

I always thought his coldness was from his parents divorce, plain and simple... :sweat:
The manga is supposed to end in January, about the same time as the second movie airs. I get the impression they are going to wind up everything together.
Hmm, will that be possible and not be too abrupt or contrived?

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 22:21
by Baruch Menachem
Bad information I guess. I read a posting over in the manga discussion..... The guy saw the KVR trailer and thought it was for Nadome. He has been corrected. He saw UJ in a wedding dress and put 2 and 2 together and got a wrong answer.

Posted: Sep 6th, '09, 22:38
by bmwracer
Baruch Menachem wrote:Bad information I guess. I read a posting over in the manga discussion..... The guy saw the KVR trailer and thought it was for Nadome. He has been corrected. He saw UJ in a wedding dress and put 2 and 2 together and got a wrong answer.
LOL. :lol

A while back, I posed a pic of Juri-chan in a wedding dress (from the movie Christmas on July 24th Avenue) and convinced some people that Nodame was getting married... :mrgreen:

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Posted: Sep 7th, '09, 06:49
by bmwracer
More from the nodame movie site: :)

(You can see Tanihara Shosuke on the right, second from the top... :thumright: )

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Posted: Sep 11th, '09, 13:40
by bmwracer
Trailers at the Nodame movie site: http://www.nodame-movie.jp/trailer.html

Posted: Sep 20th, '09, 04:56
by bmwracer
Not sure if everyone/anyone has this video: Nodame season one PR video posted up by cirrus over a J-Dorama: http://www.mediafire.com/?zmty2tyrdnd :)

Posted: Sep 23rd, '09, 18:01
by kiwizm
i'm going to try to steal some photoshoots tomorrow because I ...
will make an appearance in the drama :)

Posted: Sep 23rd, '09, 19:04
by bmwracer
^ Cool. :thumright:

Posted: Sep 23rd, '09, 20:07
by Zeineb
*edit*

Posted: Sep 24th, '09, 04:39
by HypnoSurf22
Zeineb wrote:Me too! I'm freaking excited!!!!!! I wanted to see Nodame for real, Chiaki too <333 We'll see Eri more, but, it's still a character of Nodame! I'm gonna dress up ^_^
Oh my goodnes what a thrill! :cheers: I hope your able to take pics with everyone.

Ganbatte kudasai :mrgreen:

kiwizm wrote:i'm going to try to steal some photoshoots tomorrow because I ...
will make an appearance in the drama :)
Wow. Good luck to you too :D