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|1. ||Comments by occultangle [Rating: 8/10]|
So I often hear that X, Y, or Z actress gets more beautiful with age. Personally, I can never agree with those statements, not even here, but if there was ever a contender for that statement to be true it would have to be Nakayama Miho. She just has a face that looks appropriate for aging, so she is completely perfect for the role of a relationship between a younger man and older woman. (There is an obvious and appropriate acronym that I will respectfully refrain from using.)
Outside of that, this has an incredibly interesting story, as should be expected by anything written by Nojima Shinji, but it has to be said that this is a blatant rip-off of Summer Snow, just now with old people, and I can't believe that they would go so far as to even have the exact same actor doing the exact same thing. The thing that bothered me the most was really trivial, they had some kid that could see peoples future by touching their hand. Why did they feel a need to randomly put such a stupid cheesy thing into an otherwise realistic story? It felt all the more insulting that he was a really stupid kid.
I sort of feel that this should be watched by everyone, regardless of whether they would like it or not. Though I can't quite say why I feel that way.
|2. ||Comments by gaijinmark [Rating: 7/10]|
The terminal illness scenario is one that's never really appealed to me, and while this isn't a bad drama, nothing happened here to change my opinion.
|3. ||Comments by Yuuki MatsuMiya [Rating: 10/10]|
Domoto Tsuyoshi is adorable! Well... at least in this drama...
|4. ||Comments by Susan [Rating: 6/10]|
|5. ||Comments by Sun_Shang_Xiang [Rating: 5/10]|
|6. ||Comments by xaxa [Rating: 9/10]|
|7. ||Comments by kamikaze54 [Rating: 7/10]|
|8. ||Comments by shinjitsu [Rating: 8/10]|
|9. ||Comments by lunelle [Rating: ?/10]|