Ichi Ritoru no Namida [１リットルの涙] 10/10 -- Definitely THE best drama! It's got sentiments, feelings and meaningfulness...is that a word? Anyway, a must see. If you haven't seen it, you're definitely missing out!
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Kaneshiro Takeshi [金城武] 10/10
the looks, the height (ok tad on the short side, but it's okay), the appeal, the charism, the hotness....yea...he's all around good. you've got to see House of Flying Daggers! so pretty!
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Kamisama mou sukoshi dake [神様、もう少しだけ] Heart-wrenching [Rating: 10/10] Cast:
Kaneshiro Takeshi as Keigo Ishikawa
Kyoko Fukada as Masaki Kyouno.
Many themes have been incorporated into this Japanese TV series, such as HIV, friendship, bullying, abortion, parentage and of course, love.
The story revolves around Masaki, a swoony 16-year-old high school student who is an avid fan of Keigo, a music producer. In order to get enough money to buy the tickets for his concert, Masaki engages in a night of sexual intercourse with a complete stranger.
After attending the concert, Masaki and Keigo met up by chance. Keigo bought Masaki to his home where he was entranced by her bubbly and naïve nature. After this one nightstand, Masaki left his house, having no regrets at all.
Three months later, Keigo came back from his music tour and chose to meet up with Masaki. However, Masaki at that time found herself HIV positive. And through here the story continues to unveil itself where Keigo and Masaki’s relationship continue to develop, from sympathy to friendship to love. Throughout this time, Keigo stayed by Masaki’s side, supporting her without truly understanding his underlying feelings for her and in the end, falling in love with her.
A heartwrenching drama of two lovers caught in a tangled web.
Please God Give Me More Time is exactly what these characters needed in the end to finally be with each other. Including horrendous obstacles and fiery battles between two women (over a guy (Takeshi Kaneshiro)) this drama is one of the best. Takeshi Kaneshiro plays the dark and disturbed music composer, Keigo. He does a wonderful job, and he's so cute!
In this movie, Takeshi is 26 where as Kyoko Fukada is 17...wow, a nine years age gap...eh...well that's not so bad.
I'm 17 and now Takeshi's 33. now there's an age gap. hahaha
Anywho, good movie, a must see if you like One liter of Tears!
Hahaha, i got my Aunt addicted to this...so it MUST be good, ne?