Minha Filha Não Consegue um Namorado! (2021) poster
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Avaliações: 8.0/10 de 1,368 usuários
# de Fãs: 3,834
Resenhas: 17 usuários
Classificado #2073
Popularidade #3611
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Minase Aoi tem quase 40 anos e trabalha como uma famosa escritora de romances. Ela também é mãe solteira e criou a filha sozinha, hoje com 20 anos. Como sua filha é uma otaku, que gosta de mangá e cosplay, ela acredita que esses sejam os motivos pelos quais ela ainda não tem namorado. Em contrapartida, a filha também está preocupada com sua mãe, por não ter um companheiro. Assim, um dia, as duas decidem encontrar alguém por quem se apaixonar. (Fonte: NewZect) Editar Tradução

  • Português (Brasil)
  • 한국어
  • 日本語
  • Русский
  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 10
  • Exibido: Jan 13, 2021 - Mar 17, 2021
  • Exibido em: Quarta
  • Original Network: NTV
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.0 (scored by 1,368 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2073
  • Popularidade: #3611
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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Elenco e Créditos


32 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Mar 17, 2021
10 of 10 episódios vistos
Completados 2
No geral 9.0
História 10
Acting/Cast 10
Musical 10
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Home is a feeling, and this felt like home

This will go down as one of my favourite feel good dramas because of how much I loved every single thing about this show, from the actors to the characters they played, to the writing. I felt compelled to write this review, because I hope & want more people to watch this show, and shower their love for this gem.

The writing was definitely the winning aspect of the show, which was perfectly complemented by actors who brought the script to life. Whoever that casted for this show needs a raise because replacing any of the actors would not make this show what it is. The acting was A1 and the entire cast had explosive chemistry together. I believed in their world, and wanted to be a part of it so bad. Their interactions together (right from the main leads to the supporting cast) felt real, organic and fun. Watching them made me feel like I was third wheeling because it looked so intimate. Conversations would sometimes start at point A and end at point Z, making me grin. The fun was well balanced with the heart, in the way the characters looked out for each other, loved each other & supported each other. I connected with them, & rooted for them each step of the way like they were real people that I cared about.

Kitagawa Eriko clearly surpassed herself with this drama, giving us a peek into a mother and daughter's heartwarming journey, a journey of unrequited love & a journey of friendship. The writing was sensitive in the subtle way that the writer didn't feel the need for the characters' relationships to be defined or confined by terms. They were all special to each other without having the need for their relationship to be spelled out. Aoi/Gon and Sora/Hikaru did not need to be partners for their relationship to be any more complete. You can see there was unrequited love there, but it wasn't presented in a heart-breaking profound way. It was what it was (and I loved that they were all self aware of each other), & you can see that they would still continue to love each other regardless. Sora and Aoi, despite not being real mother/daughter were probably more intimate than any mother/daughter. All the characters were friends, yet they were more than that, and I love that the finale did not give us an answer to this. They may or may not be any more. It’s like a puzzle where every piece forms a crucial part for it to be complete. It’s the same thing with this drama. Each character came together to make this what it was & they would continue to exist in each other's world. They are all inseparable regardless of how their relationship to each other changes.

There was no major dramatic moment or climax or decision that the characters had to make, and this is where the writing shone so much in keeping you engaged with the characters' emotional states. The world of Uchi No Musume felt small sometimes with just these small group of characters interacting with each other, yet it was huge & limitless at the same time, thanks to how progressive & real it was. Don't ask me to describe the plot of this show because I don't know how to.

I love that the show represented characters of different age groups (right from college students Sora/Hikaru to old man Shinchiro) & subverted society's expectations of how they were to behave or be. And the show never told us that, it showed us that in the way the characters interacted with each other & in the representation of the turmoils they faced. Aoi despite being a 40 year old was ditzy. Sora despite being an otaku was not socially awkward. Irino who looked to be image conscious turned out to be a sincere & mature guy. Gon who seemed mature but was somewhat a manchild looking for love. Shinchiro despite being 70+ had romantic relationships & was technologically advanced. Sally acknowledging that she had toxic parents & was looking for the stability that calm 70+ Shinchiro offered. Wataru who did not have romantic relationships because he was waiting for his school friend (the show mocked this trope).

The ending OST was beautiful & while I don't know what it means, it always uplifted me each time it played with the credits rolling. The styling was on point (keeping the characters in mind). I love how all of them dressed comfortably most of the time. That felt real. The set design was extremely beautiful, esp Aoi's room which had clouds on the wall, and stars on the ceiling. I want a room like that so so bad. I love how Aoi's big white, expensive house was contrasted with Odaya's design that felt cheap and warm yet claustrophic. Interesting how most of the cast interactions happened there, in that little space, making it look all the more intimate.

I don't know what else to say except that it's been a long time since I watched a show that had me so attached to the characters, and their world that leaving this makes me feel sad. They will always be a part of me, and many years to come, I will be thinking of what they are up to. These were not just characters. For me, they were real people that exist somewhere in this universe.

S2 please, writer san!

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Tito Martinez
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Mar 23, 2021
10 of 10 episódios vistos
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No geral 10
História 10
Acting/Cast 10
Musical 10
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Best Asian drama I have seen

I don't tend to give out 10s but honestly, this is one that deserves it. The story was really well balanced well and really entertaining, the acting was next level, the music was great and I would love to rewatch it. Truly, a wholesome comedy that can really pull at the heartstrings. I really liked how we followed the story of both mother and daughter and we get to see the parrels. All the actors, young and older, were amazing. I started watching because I'm a fan of Hamabe Minami, but I leave loving all these actors. I cannot believe that more people didn't watch this. It deserves way more views than this.

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  • Drama: Minha Filha Não Consegue um Namorado!
  • País: Japão
  • Episódios: 10
  • Exibido: Jan 13, 2021 - Mar 17, 2021
  • Exibido On: Quarta
  • Original Network: NTV
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - 13 anos ou mais


  • Pontuação: 8.0 (avaliado por 1,368 usuários)
  • Classificado: #2073
  • Popularidade: #3611
  • Fãs: 3,834

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