Drama Desert Moon (Tsuki No Sabaku) Information

Desert Moon (Tsuki No Sabaku)
  • Drama Title: Desert Moon (Tsuki No Sabaku)
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  • Status: Completed
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  • Total Episodes: 1
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    The film's main theme is the conflict between work and family commitments in modern Japan. It focuses on a successful internet entrepreneur Nagai, whose wife Akira and young daughter Kaai left him because he neglected them for his business. A...

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