Keizoku (1999– )

TV Series   |  Crime, Mystery


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Jun Shibata, daughter of an infamous detective, it's on the fast track to leadership within the Metropolitan Police Department. While socially awkward, she is a crime solving genius with ... See full summary »


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10 April 2021 | Reginay_404
10
| Plenty of Reasons to Watch This Drama
If you expected intricate detective cases, the drama might not be your best choice. If you watched the entire drama, you could easily find that the people who went to the police officers are more likely to become the murderer. On the other hand, it did include supernatural elements. But if you were not a big fan of detective fiction, but rather prefer a mixture of detective elements and something else, this drama would not let you down. It will intoxicate you with its unique creepy vibe, its cute but mysterious characters and the beauty of their craziness.

You can't find a character that seems not to have any mental health issue in this drama. But definitely, this special setting really made Keizoku stand out from other 90s Japanese drama. Deep inside our hearts, we all have some gene of craziness. This drama extracted it and showed it in the most delicate way.

When I first watched this drama, I found the vibe quite similar to Trick, another Japanese drama. I checked the director of Trick and I discovered a familiar name, which was Yukihiko Tsutsumi. He co-directed both of the two drama and also The Kindaichi Case Files, another detective drama. If you like this drama, you definitely should check other drama and films he directed.

If you didn't care about all the things that I mentioned about this drama, just took a look at all the list of actors of it. At least from my perspective, no one can reject the cute character Miki Nakatani performed and the charm of Atsuro Watabe, who looked so freaking sexy in this drama.

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Crime | Mystery

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Release Date:

8 January 1999

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Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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