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|1. ||Comments by occultangle [Rating: 8/10]|
Nakayama Miho truly is a unique character. Her style of silly cuteness is more akin to some indeterminate type of animal than human, but no matter how silly she acts, or what goofy type of face she makes, I think it would be hard to dislike her. That being said, most of the dramas I've seen her star in have tried very hard to make me dislike her. Maybe dramas just weren't as good during the era she was one of the major stars, but more likely she was just usually cast in bad roles. So the charm of this drama for me has almost entirely to do with it being the best showcase for her talents I've ever seen. She has two roles that are polar opposites and she portrays both of them with equal excellence. I do have to acknowledge the surprisingly good special effects for it's time, as I honestly started to question whether Nakayama Miho may really have a twin. I had to pay real close attention to try to spot some of the tricks they must have used. Something like this could have come off entirely fake and been a disaster, but I completely was able to suspend my disbelief. One of the neatest and most surreal moments was when they broke the third wall, and the male lead was watching himself acting in a scene with Nakayama Miho while Nakayama Miho was holding onto his left arm, and Nakayama Miho was holding onto his right arm!? Brilliant.
|2. ||Comments by ffrostte [Rating: 7/10]|
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