Modernized adaptation of disaster novel by Japanese writer Sakyo Komatsu Netflix’s Japan Series is something interesting to watch for everyone. It is an anime series directed by Pyeon-Gang Ho and Masaaki Yuasa. The script has been written by Toshio Yoshitaka. The series released on Netflix on 9th July 2020 and has been loved by everyone. Season 1 of the show focuses on the situation of human beings in times of disaster. It shows that death and disaster can change the structure of a country and also a community.
Here Is The Spoiler-Free Review Of Japan Sinks: 2020
As the world is dealing with difficult times the Covid-19 pandemic, everyone wants a solution to get rid of these terrible times. This movie has released at a perfect time, where everyone can relate to it. The story follows a family who struggles to sustain their life after massive earthquakes. It is about how disasters changed their simple lives.
Japan sinks 2020 shows earthquake hits when Ayumu, her younger brother, her mom, and her dad are in various parts of the country. However, they manage to reunite themselves, but then they suddenly come to know that an engulfing tsunami is on its way.
They find many people on the way of finding a safer place for themselves, who have died because of the disaster. Ayumu and Go’s father act as a strong pillar for them like every other dad of this world, and Mother Mari did everything to keep her family safe. Ayumu and Go are how the real siblings are like; they fight but love each other more than anyone else.
There are many other characters called Kite, Haruo, Nanami, and many others. The two traumatizing episodes were Japan Sinks and Mom’s Secrets. It will definitely bring tears in your eyes. The ten episodes long series shows that people around you leave long-lasting impressions and also change the way you are. It also shows how people who aren’t your family become your family.
In the last episode of the series Japan Sinks: 2020, you will see a ray of light at the end of the tunnel. Hope is something that everyone is craving for right now in the world, and it is so much relatable. This series will make you sad and happy. It is definitely a must-watch Netflix series.