The Wallflower is a romantic comedy drama film.
The Wallflower is about a girl named Sunako who was called ugly by the first and only person to whom she confessed her love. This incident sparks a life change, and as a result Sunako shuns all forms of beauty, both in herself as well as in life. Concerned by her change for the worst, Sunako's aunt, the owner of a huge mansion where four very handsome high school students live (for free), demands the boys to transform her niece into the "perfect lady," and in return they will be able to continue living there for free. They are given a deadline and if they are unable to uphold their deal then they would have to either pay a lump sum of cash or vacate the premises.
While the four of them manage to make Sunako physically beautiful enough to become a lady, the problem lies with her attitude and interests (which Sunako has no intention of changing). Up until the most recent release in the story, they've managed to convince Sunako's aunt that her niece is indeed a lady befitting the mansion in which they live (and prevent the rent from skyrocketing to triple the required amount). However, in reality Sunako has not changed at all. Sunako has the tendency to spurt out in a nose bleed when seen by bright creatures, especially around Kyohei.
It is a humorous tale following Sunako and the four boys through unusual and ridiculous situations where Sunako is confront with many unwanted experiences of being a lady, while also channeling the idea of self and beauty.
- Amy Lee as Sunako Nakahara
- Austin Butler as Kyohei Takano
- TBA as Takenaga Oda
- TBA as Yukinojo "Yuki" Toyama
- TBA as Ranmaru Morii
- TBA as Noi/Naie Kasahara
- TBA as Mine Nakahara
- TBA as Takeru Nakahara
- TBA as Hiroshi-kun
- Julianna Rose Mauriello as Yvonne
- Adelaide Kane as Laseine
- Hayley McFarland as Madeleine
- Addison Timlin as Roxane
- TBA as Tamao Kikunoi
- TBA as The Prince of Grimel
- TBA as The "Boss"