Kano Masaki sells her body to get the money she lost in time for the concert of her favorite composer, Ishikawa Keigo. Masaki comes to the concert and even gets the rare chance to know Keigo while spending the night at his apartment, still not knowing the unavoidable: her rush actions infected her with the HIV virus. Now, she needs to rebuild her life and make her love possible.
''One time of carelessness is all it really takes''
This was a really good drama, I never expected it to be like it was. I got it pretty well from the title of the drama that it would be a really sad one though. I really liked the ending. Bittersweet in a good way. I'll leave this review spoilerless..
Kano Masaki is a young girl who for a long time have been a fan of the music producer Ishikawa Keigo. As a reward for remaining a true fan of Keigo, she decides she deserves to be there on atleast one of his concerts. Spending money on a ticket for her and one of her friends, She loses her wallet with money and the tickets to his concert. Influence can be a very bad thing, especially if its given you by the wrong type of people. Fake friends are some of these. The nightclub downtown is a place where Masaki and her friends usually meets up, always talking about the same thing, Money. The matter comes out into the open and Masaki decides that one night won't do her any harm. 50.000 yen for sleeping with some stranger, just once. Going into the experience only expecting to slightly regret it after it has actually happened, she comes out from the experience with more than just the 50.000 yen. Far from what she ever expected could happen, she has now been given the HIV virus from just this one night she'll regret for the rest of her life.
Allthough not knowing about this, Masaki-chan spends the night with Keigo shortly after the concert.. she will be finding out who her true friends really are, aswell as obtaining a new friend and love interest in Keigo. Her life from then on, turns upside-down.
Kamisama Mou Sukoshi Dake is the story of a young girl who gets infected with the HIV virus from a total stranger. A story filled with love and tears. A unique drama who'll give you a new way of looking at your life. It is a really good drama, I don't think it could have been any better. If you like mature dramas, Romance and Tearjerkers this drama is definately a mustwatch..
Sad Sad Sad. This story is a real rollercoaster. While i never quite warmed to the female lead because of her shallow attitude, shown mostly at the start and to a lesser degree throught, i actually enjoyed this drama. The subject of HIV and discussed at length throughout and its interesting how little attitude attitude towards that haven't changed much not only in Japanese society but also throughout the rest of the world.
This drama is recommended for those who like "drama" or sad stories. The story is fairly average but somehow manages to keep you hooked until the last episode simply through the use of hugely dramtic moments amongst the simple complexity of teenage life.
Both dramas have deep contents; the two are pointing the life and death ideas. Both deal with how much life is precious, how much you need to live it fully and realize your dreams.
The two dramas are showing the fighting spirit of two young girls that want to live, even with their vague future.