Seikimatsu no Uta

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Seikimatsu no uta

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  • Title: 世紀末の詩
  • Title (romaji): Seikimatsu no Uta
  • Also known as: The Last Song / Sekimatsu no Uta
  • Genre: Human drama
  • Episodes: 11
  • Viewership ratings: 14.58
  • Broadcast network: NTV
  • Broadcast period: 1998-Oct-14 to 1998-Dec-23
  • Theme song: Stand By Me by John Lennon

Synopsis

Just when about to commit suicide after being deserted by his bride-to-be during the wedding, a man meets a university professor who is also at the point of killing himself. A woman nearby intervenes, one thing leads to another, and the three lost souls move in together. Each episode is a distinct story about the sometimes painful, sometimes warm romances between them and the people they meet while sharing an apartment. --NTV

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Production Credits

Episode Ratings

  • Ep 01: 18.7%  
  • Ep 02: 14.7%
  • Ep 03: 12.1%  
  • Ep 04: 14.3%
  • Ep 05: 14.9%  
  • Ep 06: 13.4%
  • Ep 07: 15.1%  
  • Ep 08: 13.9%
  • Ep 09: 15.3%  
  • Ep 10: 13.5%
  • Ep 11: 14.5%  

Review

This is no ordinary drama. With seemingly unrelated standalone stories, the entire drama must be appreciated as a single piece of work. This story is about a quest. A quest to seek for the meaning of love. Nojima Shinji comes up with many facets of love, and every episode is a denial of a certain aspect of love, except for the final episode, where the quest seeker -Yutaka Takenouchi- has found his very own meaning of love. Do not expect much 'real life' plot from this drama. It goes as far as nojima shinji's imagination can reach. If you dislike unrealistic drama, then this one is not for you. Though the plot is surreal, emotions are being portraited in fine details. Two thumbs up for the performance from the actors and actresses. OST is amazing as well.

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