Sunday, June 7, 2009
Zeni Geba(japan dorama 2009)+update!
Synopsis:Gamagori Futaro has been poor since the day he was born. As a child his recklessly wasteful and abusive father sunk the family into debt and disappeared, leaving Futaro and his sick mother to fend for themselves. With no money to pay for medical treatment for his ailing mother, she eventually died. After her death Futaro became obsessed with money and willing to do anything for it. Several years pass and Futaro finds himself working at "Mikuni Shipbuilding" where he meets the company president's daughters Midori, who was his former classmate, and her younger sister Akane, who is disabled, and like Futaro, has a scarred face. In a plot to acquire their fathers company, Futaro begins to get close the sisters...
comment after watching: the story is quite dark and tiring,but i like it although the main leading man still can't take off his image as eru/L in deathnote.it taught us that one thing money cant buy,true happiness.but one thing that i regret from the drama is that,futaro never had his chance in finding his true happiness.i thought it will be too low for him to blow himself up like that,and i thought that midori would stop him since she knew his background and cared for him,atleast there would be a slight forgiveness for him,since basically he wasn't such a bad guy.the last thing is, i thought the end would be like galileo the movie,it would be better for him to be arrested and died by the law for paying his sins.its just too much,one whole final episode only imagining 'what if' of his life,rather than some great conclusion.i hoped before that he would end up living with midori and did good for other as he realize his mistakes and midori saw the other him,coz somehow i thought both of them felt something abt each other anyway.if there's a special episode i want it like that,who knows,the drama makers saw and read this..:)
breaking news: Ditolak RSUD Gresik, Pasien Miskin Meninggalclick here for complete info.i guess the case in zeni geba came to reality, 'is it our fault that we are poor?'