"Girl in the Sunny Place" is a Japanese fantasy and romantic movie that premiered in her home country on October 12, 2013 with the acting of Matsumoto Jun and Ueno Juri.
The film is adapted from a literary work of the same name by author Koshigaya Osamu. The main song of the film, "Wouldn't It Be Nice" by The Beach Boys, released in 1966, composed by Brian Wilson, a member of the group.
Okuda Kousuke, a young single, cat-loving man works at an advertising agency looking to find his own lover. Quiet and slow, Kousuke failed many times in both work and love. Once, when he went to work with a senior in a lingerie fashion company, Kousuke met Watarai Mao, a classmate in middle school, who had lost contact for 10 years. Both are extremely surprised and happy to see each other again. Mao's appearance that is no longer shy, timid like a kitten makes Kousuke's love for Mao aroused. Although he wanted to invite Mao out, the shy Kousuke did not dare to speak. Everything changes when the pure Mao confesses his feelings with a kiss with Kousuke. The two went on a date and Mao wanted to get married right away. Mao's father protested, Mao and Kousuke secretly registered their marriage. Although not happy, but because of his daughter's resolute will and honesty, Mao's father gradually accepted him. However, behind Mao urgently, there is a great secret. Your time is running out ...
Matsumoto Jun as Okuda Kousuke
Kitamura Takumi as Kousuke (high school)
Ueno Juri as Watarai Mao
Aoi Wakana as Mao (in high school)