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You think there more meaning in this drama than we get ... any ideas or scenes that could not be easy understand by anyone?
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yeah.. thats right... but now the videos missed... im REALLY sad and angry i wonder..where the videos gone? i was about to watch the 4th episode! oh..videos..COME BACK!!!!!!
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artalicous wrote:

You think there more meaning in this drama than we get ... any ideas or scenes that could not be easy understand by anyone?


Of course, that is why this drama is my favorite of all times. The setting for the drama, and the story by itself, is so unrealistic that would make one think: "What on Earth is this?" BUT(love the but-s =D) this drama is the most realistic drama I've ever seen. I'm usually a very demanding audience and I spot details which make me annoyed, and those details are not usually spotted by people, but(there it goes again =D) in this drama I've never once thought "Oh c'mon this is as close to impossible as it gets!" or "How can anyone buy that?" and realized I've only prayed that they live though it safely. The meaning is deep and goes beyond what you can see. I believe it's what hope looks like when you make a drama out of it.

The characters were amazingly portrayed, realistic and very human-like(which is lacking in most dramas where they make supernatural good people T_T), and none of that annoying sudden change of heart - things like that don't happen in real life. It is also the only drama where I could equally handle a happy and a sad ending. Which is weird because the first thing I do before I watch a drama is check if the ending is happy or not(weird, I know) and if it's not, I don't watch.

As for scenes that can be seen in different ways I'd say it would be the ending scene - what happened? I realize the messages traveled through time and reached the young Asami and changed things BUT(this time I don't like the but) is that a parallel time line because in the very end, after the credits, they show the desert in the future and it changes into a meadow, but it's seen from the school front yard so that means the school is still there which would mean that the students are still there(along with the teachers, of course) which leads me to another question - how many parallel worlds are there?(If there are any. If not, then how do you explain the school at the end) And also, the "dream" that Asami had when they sent the messages. What was that?

It's very complex and I loved it =D
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artalicous wrote:

You think there more meaning in this drama than we get ... any ideas or scenes that could not be easy understand by anyone?


Of course, that is why this drama is my favorite of all times. The setting for the drama, and the story by itself, is so unrealistic that would make one think: "What on Earth is this?" BUT(love the but-s =D) this drama is the most realistic drama I've ever seen. I'm usually a very demanding audience and I spot details which make me annoyed, and those details are not usually spotted by people, but(there it goes again =D) in this drama I've never once thought "Oh c'mon this is as close to impossible as it gets!" or "How can anyone buy that?" and realized I've only prayed that they live though it safely. The meaning is deep and goes beyond what you can see. I believe it's what hope looks like when you make a drama out of it.

The characters were amazingly portrayed, realistic and very human-like(which is lacking in most dramas where they make supernatural good people T_T), and none of that annoying sudden change of heart - things like that don't happen in real life. It is also the only drama where I could equally handle a happy and a sad ending. Which is weird because the first thing I do before I watch a drama is check if the ending is happy or not(weird, I know) and if it's not, I don't watch.

As for scenes that can be seen in different ways I'd say it would be the ending scene - what happened? I realize the messages traveled through time and reached the young Asami and changed things BUT(this time I don't like the but) is that a parallel time line because in the very end, after the credits, they show the desert in the future and it changes into a meadow, but it's seen from the school front yard so that means the school is still there which would mean that the students are still there(along with the teachers, of course) which leads me to another question - how many parallel worlds are there?(If there are any. If not, then how do you explain the school at the end) And also, the "dream" that Asami had when they sent the messages. What was that?

It's very complex and I loved it =D


You're so right! I loved this drama too, and I did not find it extraordinary at all. The plot was connecting the imaginary part && the "real" part in a realistic way...I thought it was normal that "those" things were happening ....
The cast played awesome ....and each was suitable for their roles...
As for the meaning, yeah it was deep...I like when behind every hitting meaning is hitting more thinks
...hope we will get more dramas like that ...ne?
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Posted 1/28/09

artalicous wrote:


dora0chan wrote:


artalicous wrote:

You think there more meaning in this drama than we get ... any ideas or scenes that could not be easy understand by anyone?


Of course, that is why this drama is my favorite of all times. The setting for the drama, and the story by itself, is so unrealistic that would make one think: "What on Earth is this?" BUT(love the but-s =D) this drama is the most realistic drama I've ever seen. I'm usually a very demanding audience and I spot details which make me annoyed, and those details are not usually spotted by people, but(there it goes again =D) in this drama I've never once thought "Oh c'mon this is as close to impossible as it gets!" or "How can anyone buy that?" and realized I've only prayed that they live though it safely. The meaning is deep and goes beyond what you can see. I believe it's what hope looks like when you make a drama out of it.

The characters were amazingly portrayed, realistic and very human-like(which is lacking in most dramas where they make supernatural good people T_T), and none of that annoying sudden change of heart - things like that don't happen in real life. It is also the only drama where I could equally handle a happy and a sad ending. Which is weird because the first thing I do before I watch a drama is check if the ending is happy or not(weird, I know) and if it's not, I don't watch.

As for scenes that can be seen in different ways I'd say it would be the ending scene - what happened? I realize the messages traveled through time and reached the young Asami and changed things BUT(this time I don't like the but) is that a parallel time line because in the very end, after the credits, they show the desert in the future and it changes into a meadow, but it's seen from the school front yard so that means the school is still there which would mean that the students are still there(along with the teachers, of course) which leads me to another question - how many parallel worlds are there?(If there are any. If not, then how do you explain the school at the end) And also, the "dream" that Asami had when they sent the messages. What was that?

It's very complex and I loved it =D


You're so right! I loved this drama too, and I did not find it extraordinary at all. The plot was connecting the imaginary part && the "real" part in a realistic way...I thought it was normal that "those" things were happening ....
The cast played awesome ....and each was suitable for their roles...
As for the meaning, yeah it was deep...I like when behind every hitting meaning is hitting more thinks
...hope we will get more dramas like that ...ne?


Yes, definitely. I'd really like to find a similar drama, but I also know that isn't possible at the moment, so that one remains my number one without any rivals in sight.

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OMG You are really right. This drama is great and I cried too!!The actors acted very well!! the soundtrack is wonderful (anyway most of japanese dramas have good soundtrack)
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