God please give me peace

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  • Drama: God, Please Give Me More Time
  • Romaji: Kamisama mousukoshi dake
  • Japanese: 神様、もう少しだけ
  • Director: Hideki Takeuchi, Daisuke Tajima, Hitoshi Iwamoto, Masaki Nishiura
  • Writer: Taeko Asano,
  • Network: Fuji TV
  • Episodes: 12
  • Release Date: July 7 – September 22, 1998
  • Runtime: Tues. 21:00-21:54
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan

Plot

Masaki Kano (Kyoko Fukada) is a 16 year old high student obsessed with the music by Keigo Ishikawa (Takeshi Kaneshiro). When she hears that Keigo is having a concert, Masaki makes the fateful decision to sleep with a complete stranger to get enough money for the ticket.

After attending the concert, Keigo spots Masaki chasing after his van in the pouring rain. He stops the car and takes Keigo home with him. The musician and fan then have a memorable one night stand. The following day, Keigo leaves for the next stop on his tour, but returns in three months to see Masaki again. Masaki then tells Keigo the devastating news that she was HIV …

Cast

  • Takeshi Kaneshiro – Keigo Ishikawa
  • Kyoko Fukada – Masaki Kano
  • Haruhiko Kato – Isamu Hibaya
  • Yukie Nakama – Kaoru
  • Shin Yazawa – Mami
  • Mitsuru Hirata – Nogiro Kano
  • Yoshiko Tanaka – Yaeko Kano
  • Kazunori Sasaki – Satoru Kano
  • Yukimi Tanaka – Kana Tamura
  • Toru Masuoka – Yoshikatsu Arida
  • Toshihide Tonesaku – Tak-hi Kubo
  • Kotaro Takeshita – Hiroyuki Isawa
  • Taketoshi Nagahori – Takaaki Noguchi
  • Hiroko Isayama – Hiratsuka Ishi
  • Rie Miyazawa – Lisa Takimura
  • Masaomi Hiraga
  • Atsushi Yamanishi
  • Mie Kuribayashi
  • Yuko Masuda
  • Ryota Nakanishi
  • Kotaro Takeshita
  • Kaori Ohara
  • Tomohiro Kaku
  • Yukiko Tachibana
  • Shingo Katsurayama – ep.3
  • Fumiyo Kohinata – ep.10

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