The protagonists of the film are third-year high school students Takumi Sakagami and Jun Naruse, the latter unable to speak. They both get appointed to the Charity Committee. Along with honor student and Takumi’s former girlfriend Natsuki Nito, and the former ace of the baseball club Daiki Tazaki, they are all assigned to participate in a musical at the wishes of their homeroom teacher.
Finding courage in the words, ‘Musicals bring about miracles’, Jun decides to write the lyrics for the musical and goes out for the main role. Takumi, inspired by Jun, decides to create the music. Takumi’s kindness causes Jun to develop feelings for him, while Natsuki decides to give up on her desires and Daiki begins to develop feelings for Jun as she chases her dreams.
The live action film is about the paths of different people crossing at some point in their lives. Alongside Kento Nakajima and Kyoko Yoshine, Anna Ishii plays the honor student Natsuki Nito who has given up on love, while Kanichiro plays the former ace of the baseball club, Daiki Tazaki, who was broken by his dream.
‘Words hurt people. You can’t take them back even if you regret it.’
‘Honestly, I wanted to say it. But I couldn’t no matter how hard I tried.’
‘It’s okay if I get hurt. I just want to hear everything you have to say.’
The compensation for sad feelings, the rising hope for a miracle for the 4 people who couldn’t say ‘I like you’ to the important person right in front of them. The poster is focusing on Jun Naruse and the scar that was created when she accused herself of her parents’ divorce.