Haikara-san ga Tooru Movie 2: Hana no Tokyo Dai Roman

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Synonyms: Gekijouban Haikara-san ga Tooru Kouhen, Smart-san, Mademoiselle Anne, There Goes the Modern Girl, Here Comes Miss Modern, Here Comes a Dandy
Japanese: 劇場版 はいからさんが通る 後編 ~花の東京大ロマン~


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 19, 2018
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Nippon Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance
Theme: HistoricalHistorical
Demographic: ShoujoShoujo
Duration: 1 hr. 45 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.881 (scored by 38893,889 users)
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Ranked: #44562
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Popularity: #5343
Members: 11,254
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The story follows Benio "Haikara-san" Hanamura, who lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy. Contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often outlandish-looking Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and is not as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love.

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Mar 23, 2020
whither (All reviews)
The story started off great, with Benio in high spirits while looking for Shinobu. She was as proactive and headstrong as always. Very entertaining to watch her opening adventure. Unfortunately, her pro-activeness ended quickly.

As the truth behind Shinobu's disappearance was revealed, the plot became extremely predictable and got tiring quickly. The pacing was way too slow in the middle portion of this film. Every prediction I made ended up happening, even the ones I was really hoping wouldn't.

Benio isn't the only one who loses her agency. Things just happen to Shinobu and he's constantly tied up in worry. He's only spurned into action read more
Oct 31, 2020
micsss (All reviews)
I'd like to put in word for this film, despite the low score.
Is it predictable? Yes.
Is it less exciting than the first one? Of course, the beginning is always the best part.
Are its characters' actions frustrating? Frustrating as hell.
But you know what? That's just how it should be.
I believe that most of the low scores are due to an incorrect point of view: these questions make this movie sound like crap, but only if taken out of context.
Here, we are talking about a super romantic love story, one of the most scrambled ones, with lots of love, pain, regrets and guilt.
Everything in this film read more
Aug 10, 2019
Potatoc (All reviews)
Initially I was reluctant to watch this series because I thought it'd be depressing, but glad I didn't linger on that assumption.

They did a very nice job balancing Benio's fresh personality from the first movie imo, while occasionally revealing her struggles and gradual changes in adapting to a new reality. It's done in a non-depressing manner and fits Benio's character really well; another thing I'm glad about, how they didn't just hop on the typical shoujo depression trend. There's some tropes that would've been annoying, but it's directed very straightforwardly so to speak so it's not dwelled on to the point that brings frustration. read more
May 12, 2021
gautambhaskar (All reviews)
The first movie was amazing. A beautiful take on how opposing cultures/perspectives/backgrounds can come together and produce something breathtaking. Unfortunately, halfway through the second one, that was thrown out the window.

The one thing I can't stand about the second movie is how they took the concept of death so lightly and just let it be. As if they used death as a convenient way to advance the plot. It's frustrating as hell. The first movie was great, but the second was just so skewed. As a shoujo movie, it's all it's meant to be, and I embrace that element of it, it's great, but read more

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