Apple TV+’s new hit series, Drops of God, surprises as much as it thrills. Having its origins in a Japanese manga, the series tells the story of two men competing for a million-dollar wine collection. An exclusive landscape to tempt wine lovers… But that’s not all!
In 2004magazine weekly morning Manga on alcohol was published for the first time. written by Tadashi Agi and designed by Shu Okimoto, it tells the unusual story of a Japanese man forced to become a wine expert in order to usurp his late father’s vast and expensive wine collection. 19 years later, a series produced by Apple TV+ Takes this story forward and becomes successful worldwide. story? However, it is not without reason drops of god It has received a score of 100% from critics and 96% from viewing users on Rotten Tomatoes.
french actress flower gaffier co-star with japanese actor Tomohisa Yamashita There are eight episodes in this series. it symbolizes Camille Léger, a young woman who must master the qualities and correctly identify thirteen wines in order to inherit her recently deceased father’s multimillion-dollar collection. Facing him, Yamashita plays the role by Issey TominThe spiritual son of Camille’s father, a famous young oenologist from Tokyo. The latter were provided with an equal opportunity to win these valuable wines. The two engage in a tense duel of the senses, with Camille realizing she has extraordinary taste and smell abilities and can rival Issei’s wine expertise.
The series was launched 21 April on Apple TV+. It is being criticized in the UK Wire said series emerges “Strong Notes of The Queen’s Gambit”There Netflix series with Anya Taylor-Joy Who made the world of chess sexy and captivating. On the other hand, many internet users declare that it is a variant of the series succession For the wine lovers.
When was the television concept born? dynamicInternational Co-Production Specialist Acquires Manga Rights bite, Prior to this, his partner and executive producer of the series, Claus Zimmermann, found that this comic was popular in both Japan and France, a wine-loving country. And he contacted an old acquaintance, quoc dang transcreenwriter of Marian and the Parallelsto consider an adaptation.
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