Fuji TV Drama Special 2011 ~ Majutsu wa Sasayaku


Date: From 9.00 p.m., 9 September 2011

Cast: Kimura Yoshino, Nakamura Aoi, Koike Eiko, Tanimura Mitsuki, Mashima Hidekazu, Rokaku Seiji, Kusamura Reiko, Satoda Mai, Osugi Ren, Matsushige Yutaka, Kato Haruko, Harada Mieko, Okuda Eiji

Synopsis: These incidents all happened suddenly. The first person rushed out onto a street on a red light, then the second person jumped into the subway as if she had been asked out, and the third person jumped to her death on the day of her wedding ceremony. Coincidentally, all three of them had committed a big crime together in the past. They were friends of Takagi Kazuko (Kimura Yoshino). Furthermore, Kazuko’s younger brother, Mamoru (Nakamura Aoi), who is more important to her than life itself, and his foster father was involved in the first incident. These weren’t coincidences. It is revenge against her. She will be the next one. The devil seems to whisper death in her ears. Mamoru, who has lived apart from Kazuko ever since their father disappeared 15 years ago, does not know of his older sister’s existence. There is a reason why she is not able to identify herself as his older sister. It is penitence for the mistake she had made in the past – a crime that did not require a criminal trial … … Mamoru’s biological father was branded an embezzler when he disappeared. Now, the foster father who had raised him is being charged with manslaughter because of a taxi accident. Mamoru is bullied and fights against loneliness every day. Kazuko struggles with wanting to do something for her beloved younger brother. However, as if to mock her, the “conjurer” produces a fourth and then a fifth victim through some special method that is also backed by science. What is the big crime that Kazuko had committed? Who is the conjurer who continues to manipulate these humans? What is his purpose? Will Kazuko be able to protect her beloved younger brother to the end?!
Website: wwwz.fujitv.co.jp/majutsu/

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