More beautiful than the goddess is the fall of the goddess, which seems to be the hidden desire at the bottom of the human heart. Nagasawa Masami has long since stepped out of the frame of a pure and beautiful girl and became a "Goddess of Variety", but in "Mother", she is the first time to play the villain of the dark to the end, and it is necessary to further let the public affirm her acting skills. This kind of turn has also been seen in the performance trajectory of "Forest Goddess" Aoi Yu in recent years.
She also played a thankless "wicked girl" in "Birds and Beasts" starring in 2017, in order to win many actress awards. ph1 Image source: Official photo background removing website of the movie "Mother and Son Reverse Fate" (The following contains spoilers) "Mother and Child" and "Birds and Beasts" have many things in common. They both involve a "toxic relationship" of interdependence and manipulation. They are often intertwined, with one implicated in the other. The heroines of the two plays have nothing to do, and the house is in a mess. She relies on the family (the male protagonist) to survive with the attitude of "following orders". On the other hand, these heroines will be attracted by violent bad men they know outside (they themselves are manipulated by other people), and need to demand and control emotionally and financially, so they continue to turn their heads and ask the hero to pay.
This process is full of violence, and it will end up killing people, but it's all the man who bears the guilt. Another common point is Abe Sadao, who played the infatuated hero in "Bird", and the bad boyfriend who would ask Nagasawa Masami for help when he was in debt and beat her in "Mother". POSTER_20200629192011-0003 Image source: "Birds and Beasts" poster (left) / "Mother and Child Reverse Fate" poster (right) The difference between the two plays is that the morbid dependence in "Mother" is a mother-son relationship, while in "Bird" it is a one-way infatuation between a man and a woman. Although the hero and heroine live together, they are not real lovers. The two plays also combine the seemingly different When the au