Move through Fantasy and Reality while watching Asian Drama!
Description: Matsuyuki plays the part of Nao Suzuhara, an elementary school teacher. When she realizes that one of the female students is receiving abuse from her mother, Nao's maternal instincts kick in, and she impulsively decides to bring the girl into her own care. Serving as a substitute mother, Nao takes the child on a trip from Hokkaido to Tokyo, and the two experience various events together along the way.
A Drama That Might Break Your Heart.
This drama shows an important fact that should be more closely examined by people these days. Of course, it’s obvious that this drama sends the important message of how children are when they’re affected by abuse. Ashida Mana’s character, Reina, played an interesting part. She stays bright and cheerful, hoping that her real mother would eventually return to her loving self, but instead tries to hold back the pain that she receives from her real mother and her boyfriend. However, whenever she’s with Nao, you would see a more fragile side of the girl, which is heart-wrenching, and clearly you would want them to be together as a mother and child.
Now, don’t think of this drama to be a stereotypical fairytale for the both of them. This drama isn’t some sugar-coated drama, just because there’s a cute little girl in it. This drama is quite realistic, having each and every character have their own backstory, all connecting to children or mothers. Along with that, the actors in here portrayed their characters to the point that at least one of them you can actually relate to.
In the end, this drama is high recommended for young adult to adult watchers, who love realistic dramas such as this. It has a huge family-like aura in this story, showing that no child should be forgotten or left behind in this world, no matter what..