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Your eyes tell (Film)

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Script error: No such module "AfC submission catcheck". "Your Eyes Tell" (Japanese: Kimino mega toikaketeiru) is a 2021 Japanese drama romance film, being a remake of the 2011 South Korean film Always. It is directed by Takahiro Miki and written by Yuichi Toyone


An car accident leads to Akari going blind, and in the same accident, she loses her parents. However she continues life and learns to adapt. She accidentally meets Antonio, a former kick boxer, who works in a car park. He is a talented kickboxer, who has a dark past associated with crime, and has chosen to remain distant from society because of it. He returns to the kickboxing world, and starts to train. Meachwhile, they start a relationship, but Antonio soon learns that he was connected to the reason that Akari goes blind. He endeavours to make amends, through the kickboxing world, and reconnects with his dark past. [1]Akari's sight has complications, and she needs surgery she cannot affort. Eventually he fights in a match to get the prizemoney for use on an operation that will assist her sight and may cure her blindness. [2] [3]


The film was shot in Japan. Music was contributed by the band BTS[4] [5] Production of the film commenced in October 2019. The film was distributed by the Gaga corporations and released on 23rd of October, 2020. [6]


Yuriko Yoshitaka as Akari Kashiwagi

Ryusei Yokohama as Rui Shinozaki

Kyosuke Yabe as Jin Harada

Toru Nomaguchi as Takafumi Ozaki

External References[edit]

IMBD - Your Eyes tell


  1. fan, Follow mePhil MillsFilm; Addict, Anime; Geek, Gaming; metalhead; Films, supreme dark overlord of Far East. "Trailer: 'Your Eyes Tell'". Far East Films. Retrieved 2021-06-09.
  2. Frater, Patrick; Frater, Patrick (2020-07-15). "BTS Score Title Song for Japanese Film 'Your Eyes Tell' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 2021-06-09.
  3. というス, トーリー (27 March 2020). "きみの瞳が問いかけている:吉高由里子×横浜流星の純愛映画に町田啓太ら 追加キャスト発表". Mantan - Web. Retrieved 9 June 2021. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. "BTS score original theme song for Japanese movie 'Your Eyes Tell'". NME. 2020-07-15. Retrieved 2021-06-09.
  5. "BTS contributes to Japanese film soundtrack". koreatimes. 2021-03-02. Retrieved 2021-06-09.
  6. "Hoy se estrenó "Your Eyes Tell" la película japonesa con el OST de BTS". KPOPLAT. Retrieved 2021-06-09.

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