Nagai Yume (長い夢?) is a one-hour Japanese television drama broadcast in 2000, based upon a manga by Junji Ito, and directed by Higuchinsky, whose film adaptation of Ito's Uzumaki had been released earlier the same year.
Dr. Kuroda's credibility is taxed when his young patient Mukoda Tetsurou claims that his fear of sleep is due to dreams that last for months, though they occur in a single night. As Mukoda's condition worsens, with dreams that subjectively last for years and even decades, Kuroda begins to take an unhealthy interest in the case.
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