Sakura and Syaoran Banner
Contents Home
Flash Version
E-mail Us
The Series
Music Videos
JTCorner Forums


©2003 Design by Julia and Tania Corner Productions. All content is copyrighted to their rightful owners. Cardcaptor Sakura is copyrighted to CLAMP and all its affiliates! No infringements is intended at all! Full Disclaimer.

Helping Hand

Screen capture from the video. Screen capture from the video. Screen capture from the video.

Music Video by Julia and Tania
Duration: 4.00 minutes.
Filesize: 47.5 MB
Codec: DivX 5.0.3 Pro. (Download the latest DivX codec.)
Footage: Cardcaptor Sakura ©CLAMP
Distributed by: Anime Cartoon International Inc. (DVD)
Soundtrack Title: "Ordinary Day"
Artist: Vanessa Carlton
Album: Be Not Nobody

Detailed Description of the Video:
What we wanted to tell through this video was the relationship between Kinomoto Sakura and Li Syaoran. We wanted to show the development of their relationship together—progressing from only partners in card capturing to a relationship beyond that.
The story starts off with Sakura fighting alone against the spirits of the cards. The task is her own and she shares it with no one—until Li Syaoran arrives.

Time after time, Li Syaoran is there to help her out, lessening the burden of this task. It soon becomes apparent that these two are a very good team together; and without one another, the outcome could have been very different.

Along the way he develops a need to protect the appointed card mistress—not only during their encounters with the spirits, but also emotionally.

He soon acknowledges that this newfound protectiveness was a sign of his hidden feelings for her. Though he never reveals them to her, she senses something, but she couldn't get a finger on what his unspoken words and actions meant.

At the end of the music video, Sakura is fighting her most important battle. Everything rides on the success of this fight and just as she believes she is alone in this last fight, Syaoran, once more, comes to her aid.

Here, as the fight comes to its conclusion, she steals a glance at him. It is at this point she realises how much his presence means to her, but what she still doesn't realise—even as Syaoran hints his departure at the bridge—was how deep his feelings were for her or how she really felt about him.

In the end, accepting that Sakura may not feel the same way he does, Syaoran prepare to leave for Hong Kong with the hopes that one day, she could realise his feelings for her.