Saturday, February 14, 2015

Abe Sadao, Mizuhara Kiko, Fujiki Naohito & Yamaguchi Tomoko star in FujiTV Spring 2015 drama "Kokoro ga Pokitto ne"

Abe Sadao, Mizuhara Kiko, Fujiki Naohito and Yamaguchi Tomoko will be starring in the new FujiTV Spring 2015 drama "Kokoro ga Pokitto ne" (The Heart Snaps) which is due to be shown from April in the Wednesdays 10pm timeslot. The drama which is written by Okada Yoshikazu known for his works such as "Saigo kara nibanme no Koi", features four men and women who have to cope with their own emotional wounds and are caught in a messy love web.

Abe plays the role of Kojima Haruta, a divorcee who was forced to quit his job in a major corporation due to a psychological ailment caused by overwork and stress from the people around him. Haruta became a homeless man after losing his job and family but is trying to get back on his feet again after being taken in by Otake Shin (Fujiki Naohito), the owner of an antique furniture shop in Tokyo. He works as a furniture repairman in the shop but keeps to himself all the time and tries hard to keep himself calm in order to prevent a relapse. Just then, Haruta meets Hayama Miyako (Mizuhara Kiko), a woman who totally loses herself whenever she falls in love and tries too hard to stick to her men to the extent of being a stalker thus landing herself into trouble with the police. As a result of this encounter, Haruta finds himself struggling to maintain his inner peace due to her unpredictable behaviour. Miyako is besotted with Shin after he saved her once in the past by chance but he already has a beautiful and smart girlfriend Kamoda Shizuka (Yamaguchi Tomoko) who happens to be Haruta's ex-wife. However, Shizuka cannot bring herself to tell Shin about this fact.

Source: Sanspo 1 / Sanspo 2


junny said...

Will probably check this out for Fujiki and Yamaguchi. Plot seems to be more of the usual, though.

Chiaki said...

I think the hinting of romance between Abe Sadao and Mizuhara Kiko could be quite interesting. A man trying to keep to himself and lead a peaceful life compared with a woman who obviously can't seem to keep still...smells like disaster to me! ^__^

As for Fujiki and Yamaguchi, the story of her hiding the secret about her ex-husband isn't exactly new but it will be worth checking out how they interact onscreen as lovers.

Anonymous said...

Oooh love this cast! Looking forward to it, especially seeing Yamaguchi on-screen again.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know what the song played? Sound like french song