Episode spesial[ sunting sunting sumber ] Pada tanggal 5 April , Fuji TV menayangkan sebuah episode spesial berdurasi 3 jam yang berlatar 5 tahun setelah kematian Aya dan berfokus pada Haruto Asou yang telah menjadi dokter di rumah sakit tempat Aya berobat dulu dan Ako Ikeuchi, adik perempuan Aya yang menjalani pelatihan perawat. Haruto merawat seorang pasien berusia 14 tahun, Mizuki, yang memiliki penyakit sama seperti Aya dan dibully di sekolahnya karena penyakitnya tersebut. Karena pembullyan di sekolahnya tersebut, Mizuki memutuskan untuk menolak semua terapi yang akan membuat keadaannya membaik, karena ia telah kehilangan keinginannya untuk hidup. Haruto ingat bagaimana Aya berusaha melawan penyakitnya dan hidup dengan penyakit tersebut; karena itu, Haruto memberikan semangat untuk Mizuki. Aya muncul kembali di episode spesial ini dalam beberapa adegan kilas balik dari serialnya dan adegan baru.
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Asae Onishi starred in the movie version of the same title as Aya. In reality, Aya also has another younger brother called Kentaro, but he was not in the series. All places names are fictional. They both moved to a special-needs school whilst in their first years of high school. Only Aya Ikeuchi played basketball pre-diagnosis from middle school. They were both conductors in school choirs.
Aya Kito had never been in a relationship. The series is set in the mids so the public pay phones are in button form instead of rotary form.
They use cell phones instead of pagers and letters. Both died at am. Photographs of Kito was also shown at the end of the series. In the final picture, the Hiragana board is in reverse direction from left to right , and does contain numbers, but does not in the series. Like the original, Ako graduated from the same high school that Aya left, and both her and her mother work in healthcare.
Both Ikeuchi and Kito were in biology club. The base colour for the high school uniforms of Aya Kito is dark-coloured, but is in white for the Ikeuchis. Aftermath for family members and cast members[ edit ] According to the final pictures of the drama: Ako graduated from the same high school that Aya left, and both her and her mother work in healthcare.
Hiroki went on to graduate from the same high school, and is now a community policeman. Rika went on to graduate from the same high school, and is now a supplementary teacher in early childcare, similar to a teacher aide. Their parents became motivational speakers and ambassadors for the disease. Morimoto Sarasa, the actress who played as Rika in the special episode, left entertainment industry in , and became an occupational therapist.
Indonesian fans of 1 Litre no Namida have reported this admitted act of plagiarism to Fuji TV and the Indonesian mass media, but there has yet to be a response. What most upsets the fans is that RCTI failed to credit or acknowledge Fuji TV and 1 Litre of Tears, from which the story is presumed to have been adapted, and noted that "This story is fictitious: the similarities of names, characters, places, and times are purely coincidental.
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