Seven teenagers in 1955 have to learn to live together in the same hold in the reformatory of Shio. Confined in a hall where suffering and humiliation are daily, they are waiting for a ray of hope in a dark, incarcerating world. The story follows their life together and how they move on afterwards.
I really liked the 1st episode. My knowledge of WW II is limited to what happened in Europe and see the aftermath happening in Japan is new to me. This series isn't going to tone down the violence and it's going to make it as real as possible. I plan to keep up with new episodes.
This show is awesome, from the OP to the story, characters, etc... I'm really enjoying the story and the characters and how there's hope in even the darkest moments. I also like the fact that it has an original concept.