vineri, 11 mai 2012

Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge

Yet another drama I found quite unique is Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge translated as The Wallflower. I seriously didn't know what to expect from it because I didn't know the manga/anime either so I took it as a challenge. Surprisingly, even though the plot is not that extraordinary, it takes a alternative route. It talks about the negative part of being blessed with beauty and other things that you eventually realize throughout the drama.

For those who don't know and want to check it out, it's about this good looking guy, Takano Kyohei (Kazuya Kamenashi) who suffers from being handsome. On the other side, there's Sunako (Aya Omasa) who's that type of goth girl who lives in her own dark world. They collide when Mrs Nakahara, the landlady where Kyohei lives with other three guys, sends Sunako to get beautified and turned into a lady by the boys. If they won't succeed then that's bad. However, they do make some changes into her life and she definitely changes Kyohei's. It's quite something with this drama that I can't put in words. I got slightly annoyed on some points with Sunako's character, because she's really stubborn and she has to be always persuaded by Kyohei in order to open up a bit, but in the end is all about you, as a person. Each one of us has its own personality and own unique way of living and throughout the story, Kyohei, Yukinojo, Takenaga and Ranmaru realise that Sunako is amazing exactly the way she is and she doesn't need to be transformed into a lady. I believe that's a subject that doesn't appear much into dramas or at least, isn't obvious enough.

Overall, The Wallflower is a good manga/anime/drama that shows people some aspects about beauty.

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