ahh i want more. the show ended somewhat anticlimactically. i wanted more ANGST.
i am tired. no more anime for today.
mm well the awesomeness.
i really like this show… i said that already… multiple times. jammed packed with all sorts of stuff i love in anime: existentialism, personal growth, relational growth, some action, beauty…
sub-releases have been delayed, likely due to the groups figuring out what to do now that nyaa is permanently shut down.
… i suddenly want a snickers.
the best way to end an existential speach
so many complicated feelings.
this show is absolutely riveting.
uh duh she is her future self. c’mon. obviously she grows up and becomes a florist like zouroku.
my role model.
slow and steady.
(i have hours of anime to catch up on… but it’s time for Tales of Berseria. I hope to beat it this week…)
something something human psychological development. something something personal identity. something something collective unconscious
(not sure where it’s sourced from)
an A rank possible S rank show here.
the quality of this double length episode (almost) rivals movie animation quality.
alice in wonderland is a reference made frequently in anime and this one relies on it heavily with “looking glass” and other terms.
the concept of imagination manifestation is not an uncommon one in japanese entertainment and my belief is that it is an example of the underlying psychological aspect of this culture. in jungian / myers briggs terms, it would converting what is perceived via Introverted Intuition into what can be perceived via Extraverted Sensing (ie INFJ/INTJ is all about)
anyway, this clash of fantasy with normality, danger with slice of life – this juxtaposition drives up my INFJ-ness even more. – to clarify, it’s not that any character is INFJ (so far as i can tell), but that the very concept of this show is … it is INFJ. ha
I so very am. Considering buying this already.