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  • Português (Portugal)
  • Arabic
  • Українська
  • Português (Brasil)
  • País: Japan
  • Tipo: Drama
  • Episódios: 8
  • Exibido: Jul 13, 2023
  • Exibido em: Quinta
  • Original Network: Netflix
  • Duração: 50 min.
  • Pontuação: 7.7 (scored by 3,809 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3960
  • Popularidade: #2323
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - Teens 13 or older

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20 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Jul 14, 2023
8 of 8 episódios vistos
Completados 4
No geral 8.0
História 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Musical 7.0
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"Don't give up-it's a galactic message!"

If you're looking for a taut suspenseful thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, Burn the House Down may not fulfill your desire. More family mystery than vengeful thriller, two sisters determine to clear their mother's name regarding a fire from thirteen years ago by taking on their greedy stepmother. Think Scooby Gang rather than The Quiet Family.

Very minor spoilers:
Anzu and her sister Yuzu are convinced that Makiko, their mother's ex-friend and father's new wife burned down their childhood home thirteen years ago and destroyed their family in the process. Their mother who admitted to causing the fire is currently hospitalized with a case of amnesia and they are desperate to find evidence proving she is innocent hoping it will help her to heal. Anzu uses her best friend's name to get hired on as maid at Makiko's house. She's forbidden from going upstairs, exactly where she's hoping to search for evidence the hoarder might still have. Anzu is shocked to find Makiko's eldest son from a previous marriage is secluded in his room upstairs as he is thought to be working at a prestigious job out of the country. Kiichi suffers from agoraphobia and a really bad wig. The younger son, Shiji, is a med student and clueless and naïve Yuzu works on getting close to him. Their friend, Claire, is a computer geek who can breech any cyber security. The sisters' spineless and absent father hasn't contacted them in 13 years so Anzu's secret identity isn't hard to keep.

Burn the House Down had all sorts of plot devices to keep the story moving along: Revenge, amnesia, surprise allies, setbacks, character growth, red herrings, a little romance, and a couple of good slaps. Anzu's relationship with Kiichi was complicated and at first I wasn’t sure if it was going to be a Flowers in the Attic complication or Hannibal Lector wanting to eat her liver situation. As it turned out, Kiichi had his own guilt and burdens from the past that had crippled him. When they were children, Kiichi had given Anzu a compass and told her that the stars were always watching and they were telling her "Don't give up. It's a galactic message." Resilience and redemption were leading themes in this drama, right behind finding out who was behind the grotesque mask or in this case ugly sweater.

The sisters found out the hard way if you had to trust a shaggy looking guy who believed the stars were cheering us on or their father who hadn't sent so much as a birthday card in thirteen years, you'd better take your chances with the intergalactic messenger. As awful as Makiko was, and she was thoroughly unlikeable-a thief, egomaniacal, a homewrecker, liar extraordinaire, and completely lacking in compassion-their spineless father was even more repulsive. With the exception of Makiko and the father, the rest of the characters came in shades of gray and were mostly good people trying to find their way in the world, over and around the obstacles thrown in their paths.

As much as the drama was about discovering the truth regarding the fire, it also dealt with how people use social media to manipulate public opinion and how devastating doxxing can be. It also showed the addictive nature of having fans and needing positive affirmation from strangers. Both sides used the social media and netizens to their advantage. Makiko enjoyed having a reputation as the perfect wife, mother, cook, and housekeeper though none of those things were true. The Scooby Gang used the internet to help close in on their investigation and bait their quarry.

Despite the complex relationships and subterfuge, the drama managed to avoid falling into heavy melodrama or over the top makjang. It was a mostly light and easy thriller with a few surprises along the way. Anzu was able to put together a Scooby Gang made up of friends and family who became quite formidable. The guilty party might have gotten away with the fire if it hadn't been for those meddling kids who took the galactic message seriously and never gave up.


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Nappeun Namja
5 pessoas acharam esta resenha útil
Jul 14, 2023
8 of 8 episódios vistos
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História 9.5
Acting/Cast 9.0
Musical 8.0
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Thriller-less Thriller ?

This was a very nice show. The production quality was superb and acting was amazing as well. Liked it from start to end. But the most flawed part about this show is something we need to discuss. First of all this was sold as a psychological thriller, but after finishing it i am realizing this is nothing but a standard family drama.

The plot was undoubtedly thrilling and very conceptual but despite the engaging screenplay the execution lacked many things. The most important thing if this was thriller then there should be one or multiple deaths, multiple mindboggling twists and turns, conspiracy and accident, shocking turns and plot twists, high amount of thrill but i am disappointed there was nothing. Not even very much of drama. The approach was too ordinary.

The cinematography was fantastic, the color grading, filter, editing and shooting angles. Everything were symbol was a premium product. But the background music and scores were lacklustre. Couldnt understand by any of the bgms what they are trying to tell. I never heard motivational or TV commercial style of bgms in a thriller so the sound department did a very poor job according to me. And also why there were only 2/3 bgms in the entire show. It was quite repititive and frustating after a point.

I genuinely liked the first half more than the second half and was expecting good thrill in 2nd half. But knew it somewhere watching first 4 episodes that this is not at all thriller. Storywise, they had a very conceptual plot and it was quite unique. But surely they could have done more to make it crazier flamethrower. If the show was more darker and dramatic this could have been supremely enjoyable because the characters were developing quite well.

2nd half had lack in creating solid plot twists and development felt flat. Moreover the execution was not upto the mark. The characters turned monotonous by the end. I started skipping fewer scenes. Few twists were actually good but the way they executed was very plain.

Anzu (FL) was oversmart and i liked her throughout the show, didnt liked her sister Yuzu and Makiko's youngest son Shinji - both were utterly annoying people. These few characters didnt really shaped well. Makiko (2nd FL) who was introduced as a vindictive nature person turn out to be mostly a fool when i expected her to be more sharp and cruel. The father was an absolutely pathetic character and had no importance. I dont know why he was even shown alive, his personality was gross. Kiichi was very complex character initially. I was enjoying his dark sides and complexity. They were trying to build him up well. But then again in 2nd half his character was made plot device and had no significance. He looked too less powerful.

The final plot twist was honestly something i never expected it to be. It was quite great.

Honestly the romance angle seemed a bit unnecessary here but as there were not many characters and because the main leads had damm good chemistry i liked and enjoyed their healing romance and also wished this to be more like a romantic drama.


Overall this was a nice one time watch and i quite liked and enjoyed it but only from the perspective of family drama. From thriller perspective this is lacklustre.

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  • Drama: Mitaraike, Enjou Suru
  • País: Japão
  • Episódios: 8
  • Exibido: Jul 13, 2023
  • Exibido On: Quinta
  • Original Network: Netflix
  • Duração: 50 min.
  • Classificação do Conteúdo: 13+ - 13 anos ou mais


  • Pontuação: 7.7 (avaliado por 3,809 usuários)
  • Classificado: #3960
  • Popularidade: #2323
  • Fãs: 6,676

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