Have you ever feel that somehow, a scene in a certain movie or dorama is able to touch your heart and make you just want to cry? Hehehe, I have. And that certain episodes are Mr. Brain’s episode 4-5: Nakagawa Masaru’s arc. I am an older sister with two younger brothers. My dream is to make my parents and brothers happy in a good way. That’s why every time I’ve seen movies or doramas with family issues, well, don’t be surprised if I cry. LOL.
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Btw, I can’t find the video with English sub, tehehe.
*The video has been removed.
Back to Mr. Brain’s episodes, the one that made me cry is when Yuri Kazune-san (Ayase Haruka) tried to say that Nakagawa Jun (Kimura Tae) will always be remembered by Nakagawa Masaru (Takeru Sato). Kazune-san was trying hard to hold back her tears but she failed in saying that key word: “eternal”. Tsukumo Ryusuke (Kimura Takuya) was the one who finally said it. And, wow, the thing was sooo touching. ^^
Mr. Brain is a cool series with suspense, human drama, and little humor for refreshing the tension. All of you should check it out.
That is my experience on crying while watching dorama. How ’bout you? 🙂
Note: The beautiful piece played by Masaru as Kazune refered it to Jun is “Pavane for Dead Princess” by Maurice Ravel.