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ESC to close 3.09 (by 103 users)subete ga f ni naru
  • 2014
  • TV
  • Japan

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romanized subete ga f ni naru
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english The Perfect Insider
aka subete ga efu ni naru, すべてがエフになる

Based On

based on book
title subete ga f ni naru
author Mori Hiroshi (森博嗣)

Genres

genres mystery

Language

language Japanese

Production

country Japan
type real
format TV
network Fuji TV (フジテレビ)

Release

date 21 Oct, 2014 - 23 Dec, 2014
episodes 10
duration 54 minutes
air day Tuesday
at 21:00 - 21:54
status finished

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avg. score 3.09 of 5 by 103 users
total users 232
rating 318

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subete ga f ni naru: the perfect insider
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Nishinosono Moe
main
Saikawa Souhei
main
Magata Shiki
supporting
Kita Hokuto
supporting
Kunieda Momoko
supporting
Ukai Daisuke
supporting

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Comments

etoile 24 Mar, 2016
wanted to be smarter than it was in reality. with unlikeable, bland leads. another detective jdrama i have to drop
sbloom 10 Oct, 2015
I did love it, I kinda felt amused by the story and it made me laugh...plus I love Ayano, so it's a perfect combination
thekoikoi 26 Mar, 2015
Okay I just started watching this cuz hell I love Ayano Go, but really i'm going to drop it. It's really bad.
raritsujun 28 Dec, 2014
Liked all the murder cases.
Overall, 3/5.
d0npian0 25 Nov, 2014
I don't know why but I somehow get the feeling that it's dangerous to say anything bad about the drama, maybe because it stars everybody's darling Takei Emi... but what really bothered me about the first case was that the story itself wasn't all that clever or mind-blowing, although we were constantly told how super smart the two mains are. Like, if you absolutely need your heroes to be special little snowflakes, wouldn't it make sense to put them in a really smart setting? Characters aren't smart because you tell us they are, but because they show it through their actions. I mean, take Galileo. Galileo was super eccentric and people constantly badmouthed him, despite admitting that he was a genius. But then he actually solved cases in a manner that suited his character: through showy experiments. Here the super smart professor basically just did what every detective does: he rounded up the suspects and told us what happened.
And why is it necessary to turn the detective into an idiot?
Idk, I still haven't seen more than the first two episodes but I get the feeling that the drama would just frustrate me if I continued.
berrytm 17 Nov, 2014
I love the two mains <3 I like it so far :3
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