Nana 2 (2005)
Ai Yazawa's popular manga of the same name comes to the screen in this adventure about two girls who share the same name as they struggle to sort out their complex love lives. Nana "Hachi" Komatsu has been drawn into a passionate love triangle with Trapnest bassist Takumi and Black Stones' guitarist Nobu. Meanwhile, Nana "Osaki" holds out hope that her band Black Stones will finally find success while being drawn into a clandestine relationship with Trapnest guitarist Ren. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Audience Reviews for Nana 2
The first one is better than this sequel film based on the manga comic book. I was surprised that a sequel was eventually made, unfortunately Nana 2 fails to live up to the previous film's success and instead seems like a rushed, ill-conceived and confused sequel featuring "best of" moments from the comic and anime but with little of the emotional impact.
Nakashima Mika again does admirable work as the enigmatic and alluring Nana O. She is the best thing about the movie and her scenes are always enjoyable to watch. I was little disappointed to see Aoi Miyazaki as Hachi in the previous Nana film didn't appear in this sequel, Yui Ichikawa, who replaced as the new Hachi, is average in her acting. And there went for character Ren too.
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