There’s a lot to like about this show, but its approach to a family that pushes an adult daughter to get married is refreshing.
As far as I can tell, in real life, modern women have successfully thrown off the shackles of marriage and child-rearing. This will get to be a serious demographic issue in a few years, but for the moment, pressure for marriage remains part of fiction, not reality, in civilized countries.
And what’s especially refreshing (and fictional) is the notion that an adult woman would choose to remain a virgin!
Be careful when you hold your emotions in. You might smother them to death.
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This contains a frank discussion of episode 3 – so be warned of spoilers.
And there’s a screencap of episode 4, but it’s probably not a big spoiler.
By episode 3, we can make a reasonable guess as to what the entire plot will be for this show.
The young girl has never been kissed. She’s just old enough to realize that she’s interested in boys. She wants friends. The blonde woman shown below is her friend. She has been warned that if she gives up the MacGuffin, she won’t be able to see her blonde friend any more.
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