Amanhã, Mamãe Não estará Aqui (2014) poster
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A mãe de Maki comete agressão e Maki é temporariamente colocado no orfanato infantil, Kogamo no Ie. Post é uma jovem que reina como líder em Kogamo no Ie. Embora ela tenha perdido os pais, ela é notavelmente forte, resiliente e positiva. Há também Piami e Bonbi que respeitam Post. Essas meninas, cada uma com origens diferentes, não parecem tristes e parecem bastante indiferentes. Quando questionado sobre o motivo dos apelidos estranhos que eles chamam um ao outro, Post responde que eles jogaram fora tudo o que receberam de seus pais, incluindo seu passado e também seus nomes. Mesmo que pensem constantemente nos pais, não haverá felicidade. Ela aconselha Maki a deixar o passado para trás. Bravado é a única arma para se proteger neste mundo duro e frio. No entanto, Maki acredita que sua mãe virá buscá-la. (Fonte: Inglês = MyDramaList || Tradução = ChrisRegina em MyDramaList) Editar Tradução

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  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 9
  • Exibido: Jan 15, 2014 - Mar 12, 2014
  • Exibido em: Quarta
  • Original Network: NTV
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Pontuação: 8.3 (scored by 1,056 usuários)
  • Classificado: #1151
  • Popularidade: #3894
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Not Yet Rated

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If one reads anything about Ashita, Mama Ga Inai (“Tomorrow, Mama Won’t Be Here,”) that work will likely focus on the massive controversy shouldered by it. I won’t reiterate the details here; after all, there’s a great article about the situation already posted on this site. But after witnessing the drama for myself, I cannot help but wonder at all the noise. How did so many people work themselves up over what appears to be but a dark fairy tale?

Of course, that isn't to say some of the offense is incomprehensible. To the Japanese, image means a lot. It’s also impossible to control how viewers digest what they've seen on television. "Will they take it all as fact?" With Ashita, typically fantastical and almost always exaggerated, that would be worrisome indeed. But as previously mentioned, best to take it as the last shadows of a child’s dream, a bittersweet fable. Does Ashita seek to impart a worthwhile message? Certainly, and it succeeds; after all, fairy tales were born from the desire to impart morals, and dreams often contain some kernel of truth. But though we can learn from them, we know they don't fully reflect reality.

This drama rolls along a simple format, one often seen in Japanese titles. In the first half, each episode focuses on a different child and their “trials” with foster homes. This structure allows the viewer to uncover character history individually, learning about everyone at Kogamo no Ie (roughly "House of Ducklings") bit by bit. Viewers will encounter a heavy tone, with certain scenes sporting almost horror film-esque attributes. Oddly enough, the home/orphanage itself wasn't depicted as shockingly as one might assume; it was rather the potential adoptive parents themselves.

Each plot thread shares airtime in the second half, building upon and resolving what we've learned until that point. My issues with the drama began at the juncture between these two halves. If changes were indeed made by the network to sooth public tension, I've been told it would have occurred here. The story lightens, allowing for its natural humor to come out much more. Yet I found Ashita crumbling in places, culminating in at least two subplots without satisfactory resolution. There was eventually dialogue that broke my immersion, lines which felt like sermons. Despite these problems, the emotional aspect of the drama works consistently well throughout its duration. Overall an involving watch, to say the least.

Not surprisingly, most members of the Ashita, Mama Ga Inai cast are children. Ashida Mana towers above the rest with a precocious talent, her turn as Post incredible. She begins by acting like a cynical delinquent writ small, yet develops slowly into a “little mother,” to the other children; this is a child too mature for her age, yet still a child nonetheless, and Mana owns the role from top to bottom. Suzuki Rio is another powerful, budding talent, a young lady who excels at the natural expression of a normal child. Her Donki could have been written better, but she does well with what she’s given. The other kids were often hit or miss, sometimes exaggerated to a cartoonish point (Bombi, sometimes Piami), though somber scenes brought out the absolute best in them.

From the adult half of the stage, we’ve scene-stealer Mikami Hiroshi as the darkly handsome yet gruff director Sasaki Tomonori-san (better known to his charges as “Maou/Devil King”). Thundering about on a limp leg, aided by a heavy cane, this is a mysterious character whose almost esoteric motivations lend much to the thought of Ashita as a fairy tale. Is this character a wicked devil or an unexpected angel? Either way, he's wildly interesting... and that "Tch?" Unforgettable.

Like the presence of “Maou,” music bolsters the fairy tale approach of this drama. Most tracks introduce a very emotional tone to scenes, with many sounding very light or magical, often in a melancholy way. For example, the theme “Dare Ka Watashi Wo,” (Kotoringo) sounds just like a lonely lullaby.

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"People makes mistakes, and sometimes give birth to kids, who are supposed to be elsewhere." -Maou


AND for some reasons, I can't express the greatness of this drama just simply, in a few words, nor few statements, no.. not even few paragraphs are enough to tell how amaziinggg this tale is, how heartwarming, how heart-wrenching, and how beautiful!

It's beyond words, I loved it beyond words, at least, I adored it, more than anything else I have watched in 2021. I sure was late, but better late than missed it for life!

Characters, Story and Acting, everything were just perfect to my eyes. Music perfect to my ears, actually it's an understatement leaving it just like this, with a few words... the ending theme "Dare Ka Watashi Wo" by Kotoringo would always, always broke my soul and really really had to tear up whenever it was played, making the end of the episodes even more emotional than whatever had unfolded through the story till that point. It was just BEAUTIFUL & PAINFUL.

A MASTERPIECE, for real. a masterpiece, that doesn't need to sell itself, not with anything bland, like visual cinematography, or kick-assing budget, not even as many episodes as usual drama, this has only NINE wholesome episodes that spoke from heart to heart, a blazing hot message that could melt stone cold hearts! It's a live-version of abandoned kid's dream fantasies, portrayed realistically very heavy yet vividly bright & fun at times matching the innocent nature of the little kid's minds.

Ashita, Mama ga Inai, is definitely a MASTERPIECE of visual arts. A Masterpiece of human drama, and a MASTERPIECE of children acting!

Recommended for anyone who are tolerant enough to heavy themes, including abusive, violence and blood!

And recommended, only if you are fine with heavy dosage of heart-aches!


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  • Drama: Amanhã, Mamãe Não estará Aqui
  • País: Japão
  • Episódios: 9
  • Exibido: Jan 15, 2014 - Mar 12, 2014
  • Exibido On: Quarta
  • Original Network: NTV
  • Duração: 60 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: Ainda Não Classificado


  • Pontuação: 8.3 (avaliado por 1,056 usuários)
  • Classificado: #1151
  • Popularidade: #3894
  • Fãs: 3,431

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