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I Fell in Love Like a Flower Bouquet (2021) aka We Made a Beautiful Bouquet – English Review

A young man and woman are happy after they found each other, and love is blossoming. But now it’s time to take a step into the world of adults where boring jobs are waiting for them. And that will test the relationship that they believe is rock solid.

This is a cute movie about a young couple who enjoys life before they search for jobs. In the beginning, they believe they will stay together forever and ever. It turns out that they have much of the same interests, so this is a match made in heaven.

But then problems arise. The young man isn’t happy because his job demands too much of him, and he must say goodbye to the things he enjoyed. The woman tries to follow her heart. She isn’t interested in money. She wants to work with something that she feels is right for her. They discover they don’t know each other as well as they first thought. Is this something they can work on, or are they doomed?

I got a little angry at the young man since he loses himself because of what society expects him to become and behave. He’s like a brainwashed robot, so I couldn’t connect with him. He has a weak mind in that department. He should just sit down, take a deep breath and ask himself if this is the life and person he wants to be. The woman he loves is slipping away from him, and he just sits there and accepts it. Grow some balls, man! She deserves a man with enormous balls, and you, sir, you act like you are castrated! That woman deserves a real man with real, enormous balls!

This is a typical Japanese movie that burns slowly, and the characters talk a lot. The runtime feels a little long at two hours. The runtime should have been 30 minutes shorter because you can feel the long run time and the movie is too slow in the first 40 minutes.

So what have I Fell in Love Like a Flower Bouquet to offer? Nothing special. The actors are excellent, and they have natural chemistry. But the movie has a problem with the long run time and the pacing. There’s not much going on here with the couple. The movie has some touching moments, especially towards the end. So it gets the message through, but I wish the movie were 30 minutes shorter.

Rating: 6/10

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