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The Last Love Song on This Little Planet
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Directed by Taikan Suga
Written by Manga:
Shin Takahashi
Screenplay:
Yukako Shimizu
Cinematography Junichi Fujisawa
Editing by Hirohide Abe
Distributed by Toei
Released October 29, 2005 (Tokyo Intl Film Festival)
January 28, 2006 (Japan)
Running time 120 min.
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The Last Love Song on This Little Planet (最終兵器彼女 THE LAST LOVE SONG ON THIS LITTLE PLANET Saishuu Heiki Kanojo: The Last Love Song on This Little Planet), aka Saikano is a 2005 Japanese film based on a Shin Takahashi manga and directed by Taikan Suga.

TaglineEdit

"Because I'm in love, I can remain human." 「恋しているから、彼女でいられる。」

Plot SummaryEdit

Shuji and Chise have just started dating after Chise finally admitted her feelings for him. A week into their relationship a war breaks out and hundreds of jets start bombing their town. Shuji sees a small object flying around destroying the jets at incredible speed. When debris from a destroyed jet hits the ground and slides toward him, the small figure zooms down and destroys it. Out of the wreckage Shuji sees his girlfriend Chise with a giant gun attached to her arm. She is a cyborg, enhanced by the military to become the last defense against the enemies of Japan. Now that a war has broken out they expect her to fulfill her destiny and Shuji must decide if he can handle being in a relationship with the ultimate weapon.

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