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 Akumu-chan (2012)

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PostSubject: Akumu-chan (2012)   Fri Mar 08, 2013 4:38 pm


Title: 悪夢ちゃん / Akumu-chan
Format: Renzoku
Genre: Science fiction, comedy
Episodes: 11
Viewership rating: 11.5% (Kanto)
Broadcast network: NTV
Broadcast period: 13 October 2012 - 22 December 2012
Air time: Saturday 21:00
Director: Sakuma Noriyoshi, Inomata Ryuichi, Sugawara Shintaro
Screenwriter: Omori Sumio
Original writing (novel): Onda Riku - Yume Chigai
Theme song: Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimi-tachi yo by Momoiro Clover Z

Synopsis:
In this world of uncertainty, would we be happier if we could predict the future...?
What would you do if all of your dreams had a way of coming true...including nightmares? Beautiful and young, Ayami has a solid reputation as a dedicated and reliable elementary teacher, but her true character is solely clandestine. Ayami does not believe in love and trust, and her values make her oblivious to other people’s matters. Almost devious, she is always scheming so she never has to deal with responsibility and troubles that spur around her. One day, a new student Yuiko enrolls in her home-room class. It does not take long for Ayami to find out that Yuiko has an ability to predict the future through the dreams she sees in her sleep; dreams which are symbolic and require proper interpretation to understand the upcoming occurrences. But when Yuiko begins to have nightmares of people around them, Ayami, though unwillingly, must team up with Yuiko to try to change the tragic fate of those around them... But can they properly assess what Yuiko’s nightmares truly mean and change what may already be destined?

Cast:
Kitagawa Keiko - Mutoi Ayami
~ Hirasawa Kokoro (平澤宏々路) - young Ayami (ep1,5-11)
Gackt - Shiki Takashi
Yuka - Hirashima Kotoha
Kimura Manatsu - Koto Yuiko
~ Kurimoto Yuki (栗本有規) - young Yuiko (ep9-10)
Hamada Mari - Kaibara Satoko
Okada Keisuke (岡田圭右) - Mugiyama Yuichi
Kawamura Yosuke - Inamoto Katsuyuki
Wada Masato - Yamasato Mineki
Anan Kenji - Nakagomi Shinya
Kimura Midoriko - Amasawa Tatsuko
Kohinata Fumiyo - Koto Bannosuke
Tamai Shiori (玉井詩織) - the voice of Yumenoke

Class 5-2
Kimura Hazuki - Aizawa Miu
Nabemoto Nanami - Inoue Aoi
Kawashima Sana - Okawa Misaki
Minamino Saki - Kinoshita Moe
Otomo Karen - Kondo Nanami
Shiramoto Ayana - Koizumi Ayano
Tazume Airi - Sato Miku
Toyoda Runa - Shimizu Rion
Ishibashi Uwa - Segawa Ami
Doki Mizuki - Tsukimoto Nao
Saito Karin - Morita Yuko
Takamura Ryoma - Akane Yusuke
Chiba Yuta - Uehara Sho
Shimizu Yuya - Enomoto Ayumu
Harada Kazuki - Kanda Toma (nee Nakahara)
Wakayama Kirato - Sato Takuya
Inada Rai - Tanoue Sora
Isui Daisuke - Tezuka Jun
Ota Manato - Nagura Yuto
Ishiguro Yudai - Hayama Yuga
Arai Yuki - Hori Shunichiro
Shibuya Tatsuki - Mamiya Sota
Haruna Fuka - Higuchi Anna
Naito Luna - Izawa Kanaho

Recognitions:
* 75th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Screenwriter - Omori Sumio (大森寿美男)
* 75th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Theme Song

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