I would recommend this film to people who want a fun action film to watch. I’m not exactly sure what it is about the J-drama formula of mean schoolgirls, older female teachers and younger men that seems to work but I feel like I’ve seen this particular drama many times before. I’m not sure, maybe you guys can help figure that out.
He’s working part-time jobs in the meantime and finds himself depressed, wanting to die because he has talent but no position.
Yui (Kyoko Fukada) in a single high-school teacher in her 30’s.
It begins with Kei (Kazuya Kamenashi) being rejected by yet another dance company.
He was let go from his previous company when his contract ended and has been auditioning for various companies, even one in Berlin but keeps getting rejected.
(LOL) It can’t be simply that Kame is the lead in this one. He’s not on the same level as say…Takumi Saito, Hiroshi Tamaki or even Haruma Miura and even though most of these guys are older, it’s not by much – only 5 or 6 years, with Haruma being younger.
Could it possibly be that very formula that I mentioned?
She was scouted as a model during her second year of high-school but it came to nothing.
The girls are snarky (which makes me wanna slap the hell outta all of them) and belittling, Yui is too old to do anything with her life now, according to these little brats. She meets the married guy at their usual hotel that night and then goes home.
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