[Drama]Aoi numa no onna
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2013/09/05 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Based on Mr. Izumi Kozumi's ghost story "Musume Lantern", directed by Akio Sonjoji as a part of "Tuesday Suspense Theater", it is a tele-feature work.
Despite the content for housewife who likes love-hate play originating from a dilemma of love affair, real-temple taste of former years such as lighting that over-emphasizes avant-garde composition and shadow contrast is alive. Even as usual you can finish in a single book that does not get tired even if you just look at 'directing method of not doing weight'.
To the predecessor who appears to be a remarried partner of a best friend who closely contacts with a hero who has a negative eye which survived only by himself even with determination of the center of mind with the wife of his best friend without hatred him, After watching a wife ... after a strange human relationship of three people involved with a ghost of a wife, a mysterious illusionist will be developed, but the things that form the backbone of the story were backed up by the emotions that were the foundation of the story " Because it is a drama, I could not survive even if I am not good at genre of that tea, no matter how much I was seasoned with a ghost taste. Even though the circumstances in which the former wife was attracted by the hero are drawn, the fact that the specific dissatisfaction with her husband such as DV and poor girlfriend was not told was not heard, it also resonated, "That's pretty bad at all I did not feel sympathy with "I". When you scrutinize the information gained in the play, the most unlucky thing is my best friend.
Because it was now a story, when we saw re-viewing it was divisible and watched only on the directing surface. Attempts to extract the fantastic world view after establishing "binding" of full-length all-set shooting have also contributed to the making of surreal images by wallpaper gauges such as wall clocks and railroad models, I think that it was successful to some extent in combination with the effect. Esprit is also useful, as I can wear a deacon that Mr. Masami Horiuchi plays T-shirt without sense with Decadeca and "Dream" printed. Personally I was surprised that Mr. Seiji Saegusa can also write BGM with a rough feeling that psychological insecurity.
Personal evaluation has become "normal", but if you are a person who does not meditate whether it is an admirer or not, you can enjoy it.