Archive for January, 2008
“Can you change the world?”
Kaji Kohei begins working as a substitute teacher at a junior high school. He notices that one of the students, Aizawa Asuka, is different from other students. She asks him hard-to-answer questions and keeps on missing class. Kaji tries to figure out if something happened to her to become like that.
Later on, he finds out that she has some sort of a relation to a lawyer, Tsumiki Tamako. Tamako hears about cases about bullying from her colleagues, which she doesn’t show much interest on. But just when Aizawa starts to open up to Kaji, she falls off from the window of a classroom. Tamako starts to try to figure out the truth behind the accident.
Kanzaki Nao is way too honest and gullible. She returns a 100 yen to the police, falls for prank calls, falls for traps, etc.. One day, she receives a package. When she opens it, she sees a 100 million dollars! She gets herself in a game called Liar Game. The object of the game is to steal the opponent’s 100 million yen using any way you want. Whoever loses the game is in debt of 100 million yen.
Nao’s opponent is her junior high teacher, who promises to keep both of their cash in a bank. Nao gives away her money easily but finds out that her teacher has planned this all along. She asks the police for help but he can’t do anything without evidence. He tells her about a prodigy swindler who is releasing from prison the next day. She goes to the swindler right after he exits the prison to ask if he can help get her money back.
That is, suddenly, like a storm…
Ogawa Kozue has been married for ten years and is a housewife. She decides not to live as an ordiary housewife so she goes back to working in a magazine office, back to her original career. On the first day of work, she encounters a high school student, Fukazawa Takuma, who is really a dance teacher. It’s a rocky start but ever since that encounter, she hasn’t forgotten about him.