Century beautiful girl was exposed to cheat and retreated from the circle, how hot was she before? Even Keigo Higashino was convinced
The recent movement in the entertainment industry is not small.
Gossip is also quick to turn.
Only this one is particularly intriguing.
Other people's collapses are all scolding, but she seems to be difficult to evaluate.
Not only because of the filter of the times, but also because of the Japanese drama-style complexity and ambiguity that comes with her:
Ryoko Hirosue, known as "Japan's last beautiful girl of the twentieth century".
As a wife, she was exposed to cheating on a celebrity chef on the Internet.
Then it was announced that he would stop acting work.
The follow-up to this incident was that Ryoko Hiroshima's husband rushed to develop a press conference and apologized to the public in tens of thousands of words.
Emphasis is placed on:
1. It was revealed that Ryoko Hirosue had derailed into sex
2. Don't want a divorce
3. I am a candle artist, please take care (business)
The off-site media followed up to mend the knife, revealing that the man surnamed Hiroshi had had private contact with Ryoko Hiroshi several times and was suspected of obtaining a lot of hush money.
Sir has left the progress bar here and will not repeat it.
Today I want to talk about this Japanese drama girl, a cheating woman, a "disqualified" artist:
And none of these can define her identity.
The artist's wife
How popular was Ryoko Hirosue used to be?
In the 90s, there was even a term in Japan called "Hirosushi".
The humanoid standing card placed outside will be stolen by fans; Turn on the TV and it's full of her commercials and dramas.
In the year of the suspense movie "Secret", Ryoko Hirosue was only eighteen years old.
The author Keigo Higashino was shocked when he first saw her:
"Miss Ryoko, to sum it up in one sentence, what a beauty."
△ "Secret" stills
And in the decades of his acting career.
Ryoko Hirosue's image is basically framed by the label "beauty".
Pure desire, vitality, gentleness:
None of them meet the greatest common divisor of Japanese women in film and television works.
In 2008, "The Undertaker" directed by Yoji Takita should be regarded as the highlight of Ryoko Hirosue's career.
The film won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, and as the heroine, she also liked to mention the Best Actress at the Japanese Film Awards.
You must know that at this time, she did three ruthless things to "break off":
Dropped out of Waseda University.
Personally disbanded the fan support club that had been with him for 11 years.
These three things will cause controversy when put on stars, but Ryoko Hirosue was not hit at all.
The screen image became her talisman.
She in "The Undertaker" is completely in line with the traditional woman who forbears and gives up everything for her husband.
Her husband's band disbanded and lost her job, and without complaint, she quit the apartment she rented in the big city and moved back to the old house in the countryside with him.
The husband became an undertaker.
The first time she learned the truth, she was disgusted and terrified.
But in the end, she also understood her husband and gently comforted him.
The public wanted Ryoko Hirosue to be a good wife, and she did it in the movie!
It's also a subtle irony to think about.
Drama and real life often go hand in hand to satirize life.
Ryoko Hirosue in 2023, her husband Shun Hirosue also happens to be an artist and makes candle works.
The studio's official website is full of colorful candles that look gorgeous and expensive.
But the husband's character is not as reliable as the cellist in the movie.
After his wife's scandal was exposed, Hiroshi Shun immediately held a press conference to seek understanding and forgiveness from the public.
But I don't know whether it was intentional or unintentional, exposing many details of his wife who are not outsiders:
For example, although Ryoko Hirosue supports the family, she still does the housework;
For example, her husband often dislikes her for not dressing up and "not feminine";
Another example is that Ryoko Hirosue actually has to get up early to make bento boxes for her family after a busy day of work and housework.
Her husband even complained to her:
"Even if you are fully committed to your children's school, as a woman, you should wear perfume."
There is one more detail that is.
At the press conference, Shun Hirosue even used the word "leopard change" (original Japanese).
What does leopard change mean?
Here is a hint that the other party has cheated many times.
Strange phenomena happen.
Under the news of Hiroshi Moshun's press conference, the messages of the Japanese people were almost all cheering encouragement.
In China, netizens gave more sympathy to Ryoko Hiroshima.
On the one hand, although there is a complex that was illuminated by the filter of the Japanese chasing drama in those years, on the other hand, it also shows that the consciousness of women in the mainstream society in China has a clear rising trend.
Some female netizens wailed: Who can still work overtime, bring a baby (including her husband), and do housework after physical makeup, it is very contenting to be able to collapse smoothly without sudden death.
Others asked: Is a breakfast bento so important for Japanese women?
It is the most decent endorsement of Japanese housewives, and it is also a brick pressed on the heart, bento is not rich in nutrition and does not have a sense of ingenious design, which means that you are unsuccessful as a wife and mother
Therefore, it is not difficult to understand that Bento became Shunshun Hiroshi threw this brick at Ryoko Hiroshime in the letter of apology
As an artist's wife, you should not only get up early to make a bento, but also make a bento with beautiful makeup.
It's like the most standard Japanese theater scene.
The Secret of the Housewife
The 2014 divine drama "Daylight" tells the story of the cheating daily life of two housewives.
They were asked why they were cheating?
The answer given in the play is this:
To get married is to trade passion for stability
Three years after marriage, my husband used his wife as a refrigerator
Whenever you open the door, there is food
It's inconvenient if it's broken, but it's not maintained
But if you're out in love
At home, I will also be very tolerant of my husband
He can also wash his underwear in a good mood
The whole family will be happy
"Daylight" rarely puts the perspective on women's psychological transformation.
It's like in the play.
Housewives are not content to be treated only by their husbands as "instruments of wife and motherhood."
Only by cheating can she regain a little of the joy of being a woman.
Even if it is only for a moment, it is desired by the other party
Fifteen years after this can only get answers every day
A hundred times better
This is the secret of the housewife and the secret of Ryoko Hirosue.
As early as before the first marriage began, Ryoko Hirosue gave an interview, saying that her pregnancy out of wedlock was intentional.
The purpose is to break stereotypes.
After that, he said that he would not publish an autobiography, did not want to link his private life with acting, and hoped that everyone would watch the work instead of paying attention to their own life.
See here you may understand.
Hiroshimo didn't want to be a good girl for the rest of her life from the beginning.
Follow the tradition of Japanese women, play your role, get married and have children, and you can see your head at a glance.
However, her transformation from "jade girl" to "lust girl" is not as simple as that.
Ryoko Hirosue filmed a drama, "The Holy Daughter".
Some of these lines seem to be strikingly similar to her current situation.
Why do Japanese husbands always ask their wives to do housework?
A: Because they have chosen a lifestyle that makes them happier even more.
Q: Why is it that she has married a female celebrity and hopes that she can maintain her beauty at home?
But in front of the public, breaking the unbearable in her life, all accusations in and out of her words?
Men are really strange
Say to the woman that you need to shine a little more
Sometimes worship you as a goddess
Wait until the woman is a little more eye-catching
But he pushed her down in a panic
(Because) smile like their appendages
It's what men like
Combined with Ryoko Hirosue's love letters with a third party, contrast the tense relationship with her husband.
Q: Why is a relationship that requires care more relaxing than a legal marriage?
At this point, the answer is simply out of the blue:
Because love is itself an obsession and desire.
Emotions that don't need to be refined are more fascinating than a relationship that requires deliberate management.
It is not necessarily sublime, but it is the most direct pursuit and thought of everyone's heart.
Cheating, for female stars in East Asian society, is almost career destruction.
But Ryoko Hiroshi is "rebellious" again, and the brilliance of the flowers may be a burden that cannot be shaken off.
Today's choice is just closer to the true nature of human nature, women's obsessions, and a person's most unpretentious desire after removing all labels.
It's just that we all know it.
If you want to live your self that is denied by the world, even if you are sincere, you will eventually have to pay a price.
Alternative Japanese drama
After the press conference, Ryoko Hirosue announced her indefinite retirement from the entertainment industry.
Since then, her 28-year acting career will come to an end.
From her debut to the present, Ryoko Hirosue's life has been like riding a roller coaster speeding through the clouds.
Between the ups and downs, it is full of dangers that the world cranes its neck to catch, and the stimulation of cold and warm self-awareness.
You can say it's not right that she cheated on her.
But what you can't deny is that her life is like an expansion of a certain type of Japanese drama in reality.
The kind of brain hole and scale that amazes us always reflects the most distinctive point of the character.
Deviant and unbelievable.
△ "Kentaro Hiyama's Pregnancy", "Unpleasant Fruit", "Sage Love"
Compared with the cookie-cutter domestic dramas, those model house life that are suspended enough.
This type of Japanese drama can always spare no effort to tell you that people, not a single symbol or label.
People, there are always varied, colorful facets.
Compared to creating the perfect character for the audience, how to embody the arc of humanity in the character is more important.
Even if these are not the "optimal solutions" under secular standards.
For example, young women working hard in the metropolis decided to quit their jobs and start a low-desire life.
In the eyes of some, it is a proper "self-destructive future".
△ "The New Life of Rin"
For example, a small-town girl who was originally sweet with her boyfriend.
Because of the desire for better material conditions, he chose to leave his lover and become the mistress of a rich man.
Even words such as "lowly" and "lewd" could not stop her from desperately trying to gain a foothold in the metropolis.
△ "Tokyo Women's Illustrated Guide"
Not to mention that those are always out of the box.
People who always do shocking things and you don't know why, but they always have a reason to enjoy themselves.
△ "I'll have a good life in the next life"
No matter how marginal or niche the character, you can find the possibility of its attachment in Japanese dramas.
No matter how weird, how abnormal.
There is always an environment that can be inclusive and become a safe corner for these marginalized people and niche groups.
In addition, compared with the model domestic drama, the values are the same.
Consistently rigid, uniformly banal, and consistently suffocating, all imply that the most "reliable" woman in the public eye can only look like this.
Back to Ryoko Hirosue, who cheated on her.
She was originally the most insignificant corner of this vast background called "human nature".
Unwilling to take the normative road, unwilling to say compromising words.
And after everything happens, take the risks and costs that adults should be responsible for.
She crossed morality, she crossed rules, she crossed the perfect image she had constructed in the first half of her life.
In this way, why is it more than her?
Not just to be the protagonist of film and television dramas, but to become the protagonist of your own life.
Even if you are infected with original sin.
But trying to break free from the shell of the "good woman" model, grow wildly in the denial of others, and have a story and future that are unwilling to compromise.
From a certain point of view, it is the spirit of alternative Japanese dramas that really implements in life:
Live wantonly and reconcile with yourself.
Sir once saw this sentence in an article by an American psychologist:
As an adult, your entire life is filled with opportunities for choice and decision. Accept this fact and you will become a free person; If you can't accept this fact, you will always feel like a victim.
When Ryoko Hirosue and countless East Asian women are truly self-driven to make choices, the sense of freedom they gain is precious, even a little.
This is true not only for women, but for all modern people.
As long as you can make a choice, check the options yourself, whether it is ACBD or C.
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