These are the lovely caterpillars, made by the kids attending the Dreamers workshop. Stand by Me Doraemon drawing with children 2 3 winter poster. Doraemon came to Nobita’s house to Doraemon bidding farewell to Nobita. Stand by Me Doraemon was a commercially successful film in Japan.
It ranked number-one on the box office charts for five consecutive weeks and was the second highest-grossing Japanese film for 2014 in Japan, with a box office total of 8. Nobita Nobi is a fourth grader who constantly gets failing grades in his subjects due to his laziness and is always bullied by his classmates Suneo Honekawa and Takeshi Goda. His great-great grandson from the 22nd century, Sewashi, who watches him every day, travels to Nobita’s timeline while bringing along his robotic cat Doraemon. Being reluctant until the threat, Doraemon introduces his gadgets to help Nobita which helps him immensely. Though Doraemon warns Nobita not to be too dependent on his gadgets, Nobita asks Doraemon to help him woo his crush Shizuka “Sue” Minamoto whom Doraemon reveals is the one Nobita will marry if his future is corrected.
However, all his efforts end up making Shizuka becoming closer to ace student, Hidetoshi Dekisugi. After seeing his older self rejecting Shizuka’s invitation to a mountain climbing, Nobita disguises himself as his older self to help Shizuka whom he thinks is separated from her group during a heavy blizzard. His efforts to help Shizuka do more hurt to himself, but this makes Shizuka feel that she has to accompany Nobita saying “Yes” before collapsing from cold she contracted from her earlier conversation with Nobita. As Nobita’s future has been changed for the better, Doraemon’s programming commands him to return to the future in 48 hours. Noticing that Doraemon has a hard time to leave due to his worry for Nobita, Nobita confronts and have a brutal fight with Gian to prove that he is able to defend himself without Doraemon.
Seeing that Nobita refuses to give up, Gian forfeits as Doraemon tearfully takes Nobita home before leaving in peace the next day. In 2011, the Producers said that,”Different from the other Doraemon films, this will be a Special Film”. Stand by Me Doraemon Original Soundtrack. All music composed by Naoki Sato.