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    About The Pink Sky

    A feisty young girl grapples between right and wrong when she stumbles upon a wallet full of money and all the drama that comes with it.

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    About The Pink Sky

    Directed by Keiichi Kobayashi 2011 113 min
    Izumi is a feisty high school girl whose hobby is assigning newspaper articles positive or negative scores. One day, Izumi finds a wallet containing 300,000 yen (almost $4,000), belonging to a boy her age named Koki. ShIzumi, a headstrong high-school girl with a cheerfully cynical outlook—she routinely “rates” the newspaper by assigning articles positive or negative values—finds a wallet containing 300,000 yen (almost $4,000) and the owner’s ID: Sato, a wealthy high-school boy. Instead of returning it, Izumi lends a hefty sum to an older fishing buddy with financial problems. Her classmates Hasumi and Kaoru later force her to return the wallet to Sato, but, unable to account for all of the money, Izumi agrees to help him console a friend in the hospital by creating a newspaper containing only “good news” to unexpected results.

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    About The Pink Sky

    Izumi is a feisty high school girl whose hobby is assigning newspaper articles positive or negative scores. One day, Izumi finds a wallet containing 300,000 yen (almost $4,000), belonging to a boy her age named Koki. ShIzumi, a headstrong high-school girl with a cheerfully cynical outlook—she routinely “rates” the newspaper by assigning articles positive or negative values—finds a wallet containing 300,000 yen (almost $4,000) and the owner’s ID: Sato, a wealthy high-school boy. Instead of returning it, Izumi lends a hefty sum to an older fishing buddy with financial problems. Her classmates Hasumi and Kaoru later force her to return the wallet to Sato, but, unable to account for all of the money, Izumi agrees to help him console a friend in the hospital by creating a newspaper containing only “good news” to unexpected results.

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