Actor Keita Machida will livestream on his Instagram on the 14th. He revealed the most painful scene in the 10th water drama of Fuji TV drama “Tepachi!” (every Wednesday from 10 a.m.).
Keita Machida “It’s the first time I’ve done such moving work”
Machida started the live cast ahead of the final episode with an unfamiliar look, saying, “It’s been a long time since I’ve been here, so I’m sorry I’m not used to it.” There was a lot of heavy shooting, so he looked back: “When I started, I thought it would never end, so I’m deeply moved. I’m overwhelmed with the joy of finally being able to see everything.”
The hardest scene was the 5th crawl, saying, “I did it in episode 6, but the 5th crawl is like a little final shape, but I rub my face and put my whole body on it and I slips on the ground. , the rain I’ve experienced is a little bit of water sprayed from above, but this time there’s a tank truck, and it’s like a firefighting activity (laughs). Raindrops are amazing. The speed was slowing down, and even the raindrops were hurting me, but they were bouncing off the mud so much I couldn’t keep my eyes open…it was an ordeal.” , I think it became a scene with a sense of reality. The one who enjoyed the most was Kanta (Sato). I was like a wild child running around saying “I feel like it!” He also revealed that it became a scene who remained.
And for Machida, “It was maybe the first time I had done such emotional work in a rice field.
Additionally, during the live cast, he talked about strength training circumstances and episodes with co-stars during filming.
“Tepashi!” with Keita Machida
This work, which will be the last episode on the same day, is a completely original project with a cast of talented actors, including Machida and co-stars Sano, Mai Shiraishi and Kazuki Kitamura. With the full cooperation of the Department of Defense, this story depicts the growth and passion of young people in the Ground Self-Defense Forces.
Inexperienced young people overcome various rigorous training to become personnel of the Ground Self-Defense Force. I’ll struggle while worrying about whether I can put it on” and “What’s the real thing I want to do…”. (modelpress editorial)
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