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Title(s): MOON: Subaru Solitude Standing
Moon
MOON 昴 ソリチュード スタンディング
MOON 舞吧!昴
MOON - Subaru Solitude Standing
Author(s): Soda Masahito
Artist(s): SODA Masahito
Genres: Drama, Psychological, Romance, Seinen, Slice of life, Sports
Start Date: 2007
Status: Ongoing
Summary:
After the events of Subaru, the ballet dancer Miyamoto Subaru works in a German ballet company. However, after using pneumonia as an excuse to cancel at the last minute on her company's tour of Japan, she is forced to accept the damage she has done to her professional career. As she struggles with her sense of self-worth, she meets Nico, an amazing, handicapped ballet dancer. Nico lost his vision, in addition to his ballet partner and lover, in a tragic accident. Will Subaru be able to reach out to him, and help him to once again dance with a partner? In doing so, will she be able to find her own place in this world?
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