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DRAMA

Beyond the Hill

DRAMA 2011 50 mins Episode(s): 1 English English
Akira, a high school senior, lives with his father who runs a potato farm. His mother left them six years ago after Reiko, his older sister, died. Unable to deal with his mother’s sudden return, Akira runs away from home. The next day, he meets a mysterious girl who turns out to be Reiko. She tells Akira she has returned to help reunite their disconnected family. Akira comes to discover the truth behind Reiko’s death.

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