that last scene. i laughed out loud.
not because it was funny, but because i realized this show – this show was made to utterly mess with your thoughts and flow of consciousness. absolutely twisted. i have a loose grasp of some things here,
first some facts:
1) episodes 1 and 2 are called Memory in Children 1/3 and 2/3. The title of the 3rd light novel of which this show is based on is the third novel.
it ends on a rather… interesting note as it does feel as if this arc has concluded, but with a lasting bitter, metallic taste in your mouth. the two scenes before the 2 year time skip leaves 2 major plot-lines unresolved.
2) episode 3 is called Cat, Ghost, and Revolution Sunday 1/2 – the name of the first novel – and this takes place 2 years after episodes 1 and 2. in other words, this story first starts 2 years after these 2 episodes.
speculation: Memory in Children 3/3 will air later. i am guessing it will be the last episode (with no grounds). it will approach and possibly resolve 1 of the 2 aforementioned plot-lines.
MM for a show to make me excited enough to actually write out my thoughts – Kudos.
i want to watch the live action films.
This is one of my must watch shows of this season. Not for the anime-naive or ones looking for something lighthearted. The atmosphere and OST of this show really do it justice. i am REALLY excited about this show.
You may even have to rewatch parts of episodes or entire episodes to really get it.
Aoi Yūki‘s voice acting is so delicious. she is one my favorites. and this character 相麻 菫 Sōma Sumire. OOOFF.
the comedy, tragedy, trauma, and evolution of the protagonists is entrenching upon my being.