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If only I could return to that day...
Fireworks (打ち上げ花火、下から見るか? 横から見るか? Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka?, lit. "Skyrockets, Watch from Below? Watch from the Side?", also known as Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?),In the town of Moshimo, Norimichi Shimada and his friends, Yusuke, Miura, and Junichi live while harassing their teacher and the former half galvanising over the beauty of their classmate Nazuna Oikawa, who is poised to move to a new town with her family. Yusuke in particular speaks of confessing to Nazuna. After an argument at school, the boys make a bet regarding whether or not fireworks at the upcoming festival would look round or flat when watched from the side.
Nazuna, on the day she is supposed to leave, picks up a small strange-looking glass marble she finds by the sea. After school, she encounters Norimichi and Yusuke who happen to be on pool-cleaning duty. Challenging them to a swimming race, she proposes the winner has to follow whatever she says. Yusuke wins and she asks him to go together to the festival to see the fireworks. Returning home, Nazuna is shown to be struggling with the idea of moving away and does not seem to get along particularly well with her mom and stepfather. Nazuna then changes into a yukata and leaves with a suitcase to meet up with Yusuke.
Yusuke bails on his date with Nazuna and she ends up meeting with Norimichi at the nearby hospital, where she confesses that she had her mind set on asking the winner out on a date but had hoped for Norimichi to win the swimming race all along. She then tells Norimichi of her plans to run away from home. The pair are eventually found by Nazuna's mother, who forcefully grabs her daughter and takes her home, despite Nazuna's pleas for Norimichi to save her. In the struggle, Nazuna drops the mysterious glass marble which Norimichi picks up and, in a fit of rage, throws it, causing time to seemingly jump backward.
Back in time, when the swimming race took place, Norimichi wins this time around. Nazuna asks him out and meets up with him. Now, a jealous Yusuke witnesses the couple. Norimichi and Nazuna get to a train station but they are caught once again by Nazuna's mother and stepfather. At night, Norimichi notices the fireworks are flat and becomes aware he is in an alternate timeline. Again, he wishes for another chance to escape with Nazuna. He throws the glass marble from a lighthouse and reverses time again to the encounter at the train station but now manages to elude Nazuna's parents by boarding the train together with her.
Eventually, they are caught again by Nazuna's mother and Norimichi's friends. An envious Yusuke charges at Norimichi atop the lighthouse, causing him and Nazuna to accidentally plummet to the sea. As they fall, Norimichi uses the glass marble one last time, wishing for no one to see Nazuna and him going away so they can spend one night alone together. Time jumps back again and the train now takes a different route leaving the couple at a beach, this time in a strange reality where the town is encapsulated in a glass dome and objects appear distorted.
A drunk festival worker finds the glass ball and shoots it up in the sky, confusing it with a leftover firework charge. The firework freezes as it explodes and causes small crystals to fall, each shard showing a possible future. As Norimichi and Nazuna see their alternate realities within these shards, they swim in the sea together and kiss. Nazuna wonders in what kind of world they are going to meet next.
The last scene shows a teacher calling the roll in class. When she gets to Norimichi's name, no one replies.
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