The plot of the movie is an unexpected friendship between a coldhearted lolita and a loud-mouthed yanki (a Japanese term for a delinquent or rebellious person) who's part of a biker gang. Momoko, the lolita, has had a fairly poor family life, with her mom leaving and her dad having trouble finding a job, but has decided that the only thing that matters is her happiness and scrapes up money to buy lolita whenever she can, which is her one true love. She doesn't care about having friends and doesn't wish to pursue a career, only to buy lolita from her favorite store, Baby, the Stars Shine Bright. Ichiko, on the other hand, is a rebellious teen who's part of a female biker gang and is violent and a bit rude at times, Underneath it all, she has a truly soft and caring heart. While Momoko denies her friendship, Ichiko insists, and won't leave her alone. In the end, Momoko rethinks her priorities in a time of need (I won't spoil the whole movie for you ^.^).
The movie is humorous and heartfelt, and while the characters aren't ideal people, you can't help but love them. It has very old-school lolita styles, which is interesting to see. Overall, if you have been wondering about whether you should watch it, then it's a definite yes. It won't be a waste of your time! I hope you enjoyed this review, please leave comments, questions, or requests down below! Also, follow my Instagram: dolly123 diaries . Have a fabulous day and see you next time!
*These photos are screenshots that I have taken of the movie and put into collages.