Dear Brother (Oniisama e) - Full Episode 9 (Official & HQ with subtitles)

Uploaded by TezukaAnime on 07.09.2012

Dear Brother
A golden bowl on the right hand
A silver bowl on the left hand
Never equal without the other
Those two bowls in each of us
Those two invisible bowls.
The golden bowl,
filled with happiness
Shines with a warm radiance
The overflowing love I've felt, since I've met you
Couldn't possibly be held inside the golden bowl.
A golden rapture
A silver sadness.
Let us lay down everything that has passed
So that only you may be held, so that onle love may be held, let us empty those twin bowls.
I won't let you! I'll kill you if you leave!
Please, don't kid with me. How come?
Wait! Please! Don't go!
That's enough, Mariko!
Do you think I will let you go?
Let go of me! Let go of me!
So how was Shinobu's birthday party?
Just the three of you?
Yes, with Mariko and her mother.
Rich people are different indeed.
A party, with just three people, in the hotel's special room?
She said she always celebrated only with her mother.
So? What happened?
Your expression says, "I'm depressed".
No, there wasn't anything.
After the party at the hotel, I dropped by Mariko's house on my way home. That's all.
Oh, there!
It's Prince Kaoru!
Do you always run around here during the weekends?
No, it's special training. Because we got in the regional basketball tournament.
I'll go cheer for you!
Me too!
I really can't believe she was on a sick leave for one whole year.
She seems so healthy! I'm jealous.
She's always shining.
Dear Brother...
I can't bring myself to speak about what happened at Mariko's.
Even though Tomoko is my best friend...
Tomorrow is Monday.
When Mariko comes to school, what kind of face will she make?
If it's possible, I don't want to meet her.
Episode 9 Sickness, A Broken Heart
How long are you going to stay there?
Your meal is ready.
You are going to prune up!
Mariko, hey!
Mariko, what did you... what were you doing?
No, nothing...
Good morning!
See you then, Nanako!
Good morning, Nanako.
You see, on Saturday...
During the whole first period, and even after the second
I couldn't turn to see Mariko sitting there,
let alone, say something to her.
It was suffocating, and my chest was tightening.
Mariko's faint rose perfume
was clinging to my skin as if they were alive somehow.
I couldn't possibly forgive her. Mariko.
Tomorrow, pigs might fly!
You see, it's the first time you've asked me to have lunch together since we came to this school.
Is that so?
It's to be celebrated, really!
There are times when I want to have lunch with you.
Times when limes cost dimes because mimes get rimes?
Hey kitty, rather than that, you seem to have no appetite.
Then, see you when we go home.
Yes meow.
Love is one, only one.
That one person was everything for me.
Dim moonlight on the surface of water
Though stale, leaving the cry of my heart, I throw myself.
To you, I apologize.
You, a replacement of that one.
Though you are beautiful, kind and faithful,
you do not fill my heart's emptiness.
Lord Giovanni!
Knowing it is so, are you still willing to die with me?
Lady Kaoru!
What's wrong?
Pull yourself together! Where...Where do you feel pain?
What should I do? Someone!
I'm-I'm sorry, but could you get me some painkillers?
Yeah....Go to Rei. Rei has some.
Tell her I asked for them.
I understand. Wait here just a minute!
I'll wait in the club room. Of the Basketball club.
Brother, how could this...?
Prince Kaoru is...
Well, she was present during the morning classes...
Thank you.
That's right!
Lady Saint-Just.
She's in the theatre.
Didn't you know? Today is their public rehearsal and she's a guest performer.
Today is the dress rehearsal.
Thank you very much!
Lady Saint-Just! Please accept these flowers!
I am touched! And I messed up the lines three times.
Lady Saint-Just!
Lady Saint-Just!
Excuse me, please let me pass!
What is this girl? How noisy!
Lady Saint-Just!
Oh, she's the one who got into Sorority illegally.
You shameless...!
Who you die with, it does not matter.
Winds cut through your body.
Prince Kaoru said she needs medicine... painkillers!
I gaze upon the moon above the river
and see clouds hanging upon the moon
Together with dayflies and fireflies flying beside my ears
I bless this ephemeral life.
Lady Saint-Just!
This water, so cold now, will soon be my last warmth
Prince Kaoru wants the pills! She's in pain!
I want you to die with me!
What's so funny!
What's so funny? Your friend is in pain!
Give me those painkillers now!
Ma cherie la poupee...
Ma cherie la poupee...
Painkillers, was it?
Oh my, these are sedatives... And these are hematopoietics and vitamins...
Oh, here it is, here it is. This is it.
Tell her to not take too much at once.
Tha-Thank you.
Ma cherie la poupee... My lovely doll, which slapped me...
So many pills... So to say, overprescription...
Lady Saint-Just, pills freak...
We'll go on ahead... Thank you so much.
We look forward to next week~
To ask for pills... Is it that much pain?
It will be fine now. The pain will soon be over.
There, run along! Afternoon class is starting soon.
I'll rest here for a while.
I'll stay here, too.
There's nothing to worry about.
I told you before, didn't I?
I'm convalescent.
Please let me stay here.
You're more stubborn than I thought.
-Then, 5th period only.
- Sure!
Gimme some space.
How about sports?
Have you ever joined an athletic club during junior high?
No, not really. I don't think I have the talent.
But I like them. Tennis, swimming, and even basketball.
I see.
But talented or not, it doesn't matter.
I'm just a normal girl.
Is it weird?
I told you I was hospitalized for a long time.
Knowing what it's like, I wanted to be hospitalized more and more.
Just run, run until your breath stops and you can't run.
Then heartbeats... You can hear your heartbeats
from your whole body, just like music. Joyful and bright.
Then you really do realize,
that a life that you take for granted, is in fact a miracle
and filled with happiness, you can run again, chase the ball...
It's much better now. The pills are working.
Thank goodness.
Can you come and wake me up after 6th period?
Or else I'll stay asleep until late night.
Yes, I understand!
During that 6th period,
Mariko beside me, as well as the lectures
were in a distant world, far from myself.
What if she wakes up alone in the club room
and falls into a pain attack again...
I could think of nothing but that...
Um, excuse me, Prince Kaoru...?
She left early.
She left?
She left a message telling us she's leaving, and to do the drills.
I-is that so?
She had a pain attack again, for sure. That's why...
Phone! I'll ask her number at the student affairs office.
You know, you know, Nanako... I need to tell you something.
I'm sorry. I need to hurry.
Countless times, Brother, I dialed countless times
the number I got from the office.
Because that was all I could do for her.
There was nothing I could do
for Prince Kaoru, who just disappeared like that
besides worrying and calling.
I knew that even if she answers my call, I wouldn't be able to help at all.
In the end, nobody answered the phone
Nobody understands
Nobody understands other people's hearts.
But still, people worry about others.
That was what she told me once.
Did she mean that
Even though we worry, there's nothing we could do for others?
I'm sorry for troubling you, Doctor.
She... came today, didn't she?
It wasn't time for her regular checkup yet, but she was concerned about the pain.
So... how is she now?
Don't worry. It's not something serious.
It's a common symptom.
Is that so? I'm relieved...
The pain was subsiding, so she returned to school.
She said she had overnight drills for basketball club.
Thank you very much.
It's better for her to play basketball.
Doctor, do you mean...
...that she should play while she still has the time?!
Don't say such foolish things!
Yes, I'm sorry.
Someone tell me
Why are humans born into this world?
People... can never understand others.
Her chest pain... I don't know
what disease it's from, or whether it's serious or mild...
because people can never understand others.
But, Brother, if
someone like her, who always shines with a blinding light,
someone like her, who seems to have no darkness at all,
had a sorrow and loneliness we don't know of...
I would never be able to bear knowing it.
Come, Mariko, dig in. It's bad for you if you starve yourself.
Come, Mariko...
Cut this crap out!
No more!
I dreamt an awesome dream last Sunday
But when it saw you,
Surprised, the dream just flew away
I would never lose
So just for you
I have rushed and tried so hard
This feeling of love, staying in my heart
bewildered by the mischievous fairies' game
dances to and fro, always capricious
Nanako keeps ignoring Mariko.
But one day, Mariko suddenly falls down and gets carried away to hospital.
Nanako, startled, goes to Mariko's house to let them know.