Boss is a Taiwanese action comedy drama directed by Mitsuno Michio, Hoshino Kazunari, Ishii Yusuke and Narita Gaku.
Boss was released on April 16, 2009.
This series follows a squad of odd detectives assigned to a new section formed to combat an uptick in heinous crimes. Osawa Eriko is a stunning career lady who has recently returned from training in the United States and has been named the division's "boss." Despite her education and ability, she has never been able to understand a man's heart, and as a result, she has been unable to find a husband. Her assignment in the United States was, in fact, a demotion after she damaged her career path over a man. So, why was she chosen as the new division's boss? Despite their abilities, the detectives all have some sort of defect or issue, and they are regarded as the police force's "problem children." The division's ultimate goal is to isolate these troublesome detectives in the end.
Amami joined the drama club in junior high school, and her homeroom teacher, who turned out to be a fan of Takarazuka Revue, recommended her for the second year. In order to prepare for Takarazuka music school, she studied ballet during her high school years. She enrolled in Takarazuka music school after graduating from high school in 1985 and joined the ensemble in 1987, making her theatrical debut with Snow Troupe (Yuki-Gumi). Amami was the youngest actress in Takarazuka Revue history to be cast in a leading male role (Otokoyaku). She was a member of the Moon Troupe as an Otokoyaku (). (Tsuki-gumi).
Yutaka Takenouchi is a well-known Japanese sitcom actor. He is regarded as one of the country's most attractive celebrities. He began his modeling career after winning a competition. He has appeared in various periodicals and television commercials since 1989. He later became a comedic actor and has been in a number of well-known sitcom shows. His debut dramatic part in Hoshi no Kinka garnered him widespread attention, and following appearances in Long Vacation and Beach Boys catapulted him to fame. His first major main part was in the internet love story With Love. He made his cinematic debut in Calmi Cuori Appasionati in 2001, starring Hong Kong actress Kelly Chen.
Toda Erika as Kimoto Mami
Tamayama Tetsuji as Katagiri Takuma
Mizobata Junpei as Hanagata Ippei
Kendo Kobayashi as Iwai Zenji