Move through Fantasy and Reality while watching Asian Drama!
Description: A young daughter (Mana Ashida) supports her father (Etsushi Toyokawa) who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
I have just watched up to episode four and already i really think this drama is good.
It is about Kei a single father whom finds out that he has alzheimers (early stages). So far the drama is following the relationship between Kei and his 8year old daughter Miu. I love how this drama has been filmed. The setting (their home) is small and plain but homely and realistic at the same time, and the relationship between Kei and Miu is something that many can be envious of. I love their closeness, promises, love, connection and pain they share with each other…..
I also like the very cute scenes between Miu and her school friend Kotaro lolz, Kotaro is hilarious and i love the little stories and advice he gives hehe. Another plus about this drama is its simplicity compared to other dramas that i have watched. For example the way in which Miu thinks is as kids her age should…simply and innocently :) (for example thinking that collecting 4 four leaf clovers will make her wish come true) and also its not over the top (yet anyways)... when Miu gets heat exhaustion they take her home and cool her down with ice instead of being over the top and taking her to hospital.
Even if you have watched 1 litre of tears i would recommend you watch this too, it has a different perspective and although this is teary too, i feel that it is alot more heartwarming :)
Looking forward to english subs for episodes 5 & 6….