True Honest to God (No pun intended) T/WINCEST
Bruleé has been a part of my collection since its release in 2008. It is one of the movies that whenever I browse through my movie list when I have nothing new to watch, I always feel like re-watching it over and over again. So much so that I just saw it once more last night.
Hinako is a serial arsonist. Minako has a secret. Identical twin sisters ran away from each other 13 years ago. They run into each other again, when Minako takes their grandmother’s ashes from the Kyushu district to the sea. This time, they never want to be apart, even if it’s against their destiny.
Real life twin sisters Mika and Rika Nakamura play Minako Kashima and Hinako Okuda, twins separated at a young age after the death of their father in a fire (that was started by the twins themselves) that tore down their home. Suddenly one day thirteen years later, Minako shows up to where Hinako lives with their grandfather with the reasons that their grandmother (who was looking after Minako) is dead. There is another reason though why Minako came to visit unannounced – a much more serious reason indeed.
In the time of Minako’s stay, forgotten bonds are re-grown while stronger ones are made. And No! Before you ask, this isn’t pron with plot! It’s a good old normal (well, to those who have open minds) romantic drama of a gift we have right here.
PS: I know you are gonna have a field day with this one :O so I will be awaiting your lovely comments. Kukuku