Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi

Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi (2006)

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Based on the mobile novel of the same name written by the modern day storyteller Yoshi. His disarranged story is an account of the lives of these girls. The stories about these girls are true.
Episode 1 - Celeb

Komine Nanako is working in a courier. When she was a child, her parents had no money, so now she wants some. Every week she sleeps with men to get some money. Every read moreweek she becomes a celebrity (using that money), she is a special customer of a select shop, and this is the most important thing to her. For the sake of this weekly visit, she can do anything. One day she meets a girl and her views about money changes.
Episode 2 - Live Chat

Live chat is a way of connecting with people -- there she's called "Yuna" (Horikita Maki). Exchanging words with people is her job (Note: The first five persons she's talking to are some of Yamada's friends in Densha Otoko). Two years ago, there was an incident. Now she's lonely, doesn't leave her apartment, and works at home. She can't normally talk to people. Live chat is the only way to interact with others. This virtual world is her everything. And then her life changes...
Episode 3 - Actress

Nao's father is a doll maker and wants her to inherit his business. However, Nao doesn't want to be making dolls for the rest of her life and ends up getting kicked out of the house and fleeing to Tokyo. This was two years ago. In Tokyo, Nao gets swindled by someone calling himself a talent scout and keeps failing at auditions. She soon falls into debt and tries to survive by working part time at a night club and holding other extra jobs. Nao wants to be an actress, but becomes very impatient and makes a big error. It is something that even her boyfriend Riku must never know. Then one day, the one person in her whole family who approves of Nao's goal of becoming an actress suddenly appears in Tokyo: her grandfather. But, her old senile grandfather even recognizing her is another story...
Episode 4 - Slot

Shimojou Ryoko makes her living by playing slot machines. Abandoned by her parents when she was very young, Ryoko moved from one relationship to another, always seeking permanency and always disappointed. One day she woke up to find a small boy, Kentai, sitting in her room with a note from her boyfriend Kenji. Kenji, a host, asked Ryoko to take care of the boy for a few days. Ryoko, the person who has always wanted to be loved, is about to find out what loving someone is about...
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May 22, 2011
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 10
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  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi is one of the most inspirational, moving, and heartwrenching dramas I have ever seen. This drama will have you feeling every emotion that these girls feel and leave you with a heartwarming feeling at the end of each episode. I highly recommend it to anyone, especially those who may be going through a difficult time in their life. Each girl has her own set of problems to deal read more with and they all inspire viewers that just because something went wrong, it doesn't mean that you can't recover.
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Jan 17, 2015
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
Each episode portrays a new insight to four different lives. A very inspirational drama to always follow your dreams and never give up despite how rubbish life may get.
The life choices each individual takes and how they overcome the aftermath and come out fighting. The concept is truly needed in the world even made that more relatable because they are based on real life stories are true life stories. For they read more provide comfort and reassurance to those that may find themselves in need of encouragement to ‘KEEP MOVING FORWARD’ because life does get better (it just takes a while sometimes).

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    Senpai May 11, 2017

    Based on real facts and compiled by the author Yoshi, Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi made much success in soap opera and books, had its ups and downs, one story will always be better than the other, in general is still a super drama .

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    educto1 May 1, 2013

    short but made me cry esp the last ep.

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    Sora Jul 13, 2012

    I really enjoyed watching this. :) Love the actresses as well


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    Feb 27, 2006 to Mar 2, 2006
  • Network:

    Fuji TV
  • Duration:

    45 min.


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    7.3 (scored by 423 users)
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