|Portrayed by||Sho Fuwa|
Angel A and the Demon fall in love however this love is forbidden and it is killing both of them. Because of this Angel A's best friend, Angel B believes she must end the Demon's life for otherwise she will loose her friend. The Demon does not wish for his beloved Angel A to die so he does not try to fight Angel B when she kills him and accepts his death gracefully.
The PV is mentioned to be a silent movie type without any dialogues.The actors must express their emotion by facial expressions. For Sho, who is an amateur in acting this was quite difficult however he manage to pull off a satisfactory performance
The Demon must first express his forbidden love for Angel A but also show his acceptance of his death by allowing Angel B to slay him without a fight.
Sho manages to pull the first part off with out much trouble, probably because he's a playboy in real life..
The Demon has long white hair with blood red pupils. He a long black coat with lots of silver adornments on the shoulders and belts around the waist. It has a long open front that shows his chest and long slit down the legs. He is wearing black pants underneath the cloak. He has lots of silver accessories such as a choker, earrings, and many rings. His nails are also painted black and are extra long like claws.
Behind the scenes
However when it comes to the scene with Angel B, he is swept away by her acting. In the take, Sho is so shocked by her tears that he forgets his very simple actions (to close his eyes as he falls) to convey that the Demon is giving up life to let his beloved keep on living.
This is because he was unable to see Kyoko in tears since childhood. The Producer was impressed with both Sho's and Kyoko's reaction that she decide to use it in the main footage.
Though Kyoko volunteered to redo the scene Asami refused believing that neither could recreate the expression and also because Sho refuse to do the scene, fearing of Kyoko's tears
Kyoko was reluctantly enthralled by Sho's transformation for he looked like her fantasies of 'fairy princes'.