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|1. ||Comments by occultangle [Rating: 8/10]|
My first instinct towards this was, oh great, a single mother who can't make ends meet because her husband was ran over by a train. She has no family because her father is dead and her mother abandoned her. Boo-hoo, let me guess, next up terminal illness, right? No, just a potentially life threatening one. Japanese dramas use these types of gimmicks the same way Hollywood uses sex and violence. But alas, in the end I was won over by Mitsushima Hikari's acting. Since I first saw her in Ohisama, various other dramas, and most notably in Soredemo Ikite Yuku, I was struck by how amazingly she can portray awkwardness. It's a very strange thing to see an actress typecast in such a unique way, though I imagine it would be more satisfying as an actress than say, being something more typical like "cute", or "funny." I presume the day will come when I will no longer be so easily charmed by something as abstract as awkwardness, but I'm not there yet.
|2. ||Comments by WhiteHawk [Rating: 9/10]|
Somber yet charming look at single motherhood in modern Tokyo. If you're looking for a slice-of-life drama that shows a more challenging view of life in Japan, this is a good one. Even if you're not, it's still a good drama.
|3. ||Comments by gaijinmark [Rating: 8/10]|
Outstanding performance by Mitsushima. Rio Suzuki great as little Nozomi. At times pretty intense, but still an excellent drama.
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|6. ||Comments by Susan [Rating: 9/10]|
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|8. ||Comments by spazzy06 [Rating: 7/10]|
|9. ||Comments by Rutle [Rating: 8/10]|
|10. ||Comments by H.Mirei [Rating: 8/10]|
|11. ||Comments by DoramaQ [Rating: 8/10]|
|12. ||Comments by kamikaze54 [Rating: 8/10]|
|13. ||Comments by rafinharomano [Rating: 10/10]|
|14. ||Comments by shwetapal [Rating: ?/10]|