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I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Info
Genres: Drama, Romance, School
Duration: 1 hr. 48 min.
Studio: Studio VOLN
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I Want to Eat Your Pancreas Plot
Haruki enters a waiting room of a hospital with a book in his hand and soon realizes that it’s a diary kept by his popular friend, Sakura. The diary reveals that she is secretly suffering from a fatal illness. Despite this, Sakura intends to lead a normal school life, and her stoic response to her condition impresses Haruki, who is drawn to her.
During a school break, Sakura invites Haruki on a train trip to Fukuoka, where they play a game of truth or dare and eventually share a hotel room. Later, Sakura’s friends and acquaintances become suspicious and angry about her growing closeness to Haruki. The two embark on a series of activities together until Sakura suddenly becomes hospitalized. During her hospital stay, they sneak out to see fireworks. When Sakura is discharged, she invites Haruki to have lunch with her, but she doesn’t show up.
That night, Haruki watches the news with his family and learns that Sakura was fatally stabbed when she was taken home. He is devastated and doesn’t attend her funeral.
Later, he visits Sakura’s mother and asks for the diary. Her mother recognizes him and reveals that Sakura left a letter for him. The letter instructs him to keep the diary and to let her best friend Kyoko read it since she was unaware of Sakura’s illness and had hated Haruki before. After reading the diary, Kyoko breaks down in tears, and Haruki consoles her. He tells her his name, and she realizes that his name “Haruki” means “spring tree,” while Sakura’s name means “cherry blossom.” Kyoko denies that Sakura had ever lied to her, but after reading the diary, she runs away. Haruki chases after her and wants to befriend her as Sakura had opened him up to others, and he wants to honor her memory.
The film ends a year later, with Haruki and Kyoko at Sakura’s grave, having become close friends, and Kyoko giving Haruki a small clock that Sakura had left to him.