But with circumstances and a little push, she comes back stronger than ever and even more inspiring than ever. Kousei of course bumbles fairly passively through all this, to the point that at times it feels more like watching the author kick a puppy than anything else. That's a huge backstab for any viewer. The ending doesn't help in that regard either. Although Plastic Memories does not use music as a central theme, one of the themes exhibited in Shigatsu is extremely depicted well in Plastic Memories. If you're a fan of music anime and the musical component of Shigatsu, you can give Kiniro a try! Being the main character, it's pretty important for him to be fully fleshed out, and thankfully he is.
Older anime fans may critically analyze the series as an unrealistic approach to young teenagers, but that pessimism overlooks the reality of what it was like for us to be that age. Two years later, Kōsei has not touched the piano and views the world in monochrome, without any flair or color, resigning himself to living out his life with his good friends, Tsubaki Sawabe and Ryōta Watari, until, one day, a girl changes everything. If you don't have enough fingers, then use your nose as well! What are her specific feelings on Kousei at various intervals in the show? The music liscence police found my 8Tracks list and flagged took it down~. The first was published by Kodansha on September 16, 2011, and the final volume was released in two editions, a regular edition and a limited edition, with the limited edition bundled with an , and was released on May 15, 2015. As a package, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso is bloated and gimmicky to the point of exhaustion, but it's decent entertainment nonetheless.
Good god, way to make use of the 22 min screen time you get. The voice actors also do their jobs pretty well, with all of the voices fitting the characters. On the other hand, the stress and despair that the musicians feel leading up to their performances may not be understandable to the casual player, but to those with a real investment in music, it is very real. Despite the magic elements in this series, like Shigatsu it is very slice of life. Slowly but surely, he started to play the piano for the sake of jazz.
Omotta yori Ookii na 1:36 33. With music competitions comes the drama and fear along with it. Nodame does not have the same tragic love concept in Shigatsu. Yuuguredoki no Gekou 1:41 05. The main girls all seem to have a thing for the main character, but I didn't feel much romance effect here.
That's my rant for this ani-meh. He was content at living out his life with his good friends Tsubaki and Watari until, one day, a girl changed everything. We have our protagonist Kousei who is a former child prodigy on the piano but has since lost both his desire and ability to play due to events in his life. But after his mother passed away, he had a mental breakdown in the middle of a performance when he found out he wasn't able to hear the sound of the piano. The only characters that ultimately matter by the end of it all are Kousei and Kaori.
Is there any series you wish was on here? Deux ans plus tard, Kōsei rentre en dernière année de collège et fait la connaissance de Kaōri Miyazono, une violoniste du même âge que lui et une très bonne amie de sa voisine et sœur de cœur, Tsubaki, dont il va tomber immédiatement amoureux. An adaptation isn't supposed to be a translation of the source material verbatim into another medium. She literally just comes along and forces him to do things her way. It did have some drop from time to time, especially during the comedy segments, which I didn't find distracting but it wasn't great to say the least. They are both very emotional and strong stories. It is one gorgeously crafted anime from a technical perspective.
Kōsei later frames this picture. Otouto Mitai na Sonzai 2:35 12. He is extremely popular with girls, and usually adopts a frivolous attitude. After months of tutelage, she develops a crush on her teacher. I never felt like I knew this person. All he ever knew was to play it perfectly as the composer intended, and for the purpose of pleasing his mom. Whereas Shigatsu emphasizes love, Sakamichi emphasizes friendship but both uses music as a catalyst for forming relationships.
Despite the fact that the animation quality hiccups every now and then, it's remarkably consistent and the amount of effort and detail they put into the musical performances makes them all the more captivating to watch. Try to contain your surprise! As their friendship grew, she eventually convinced Kōsei to play the piano again, first as her accompanist and later in a piano competition. Natsu no Hizashi 1:47 28. There is supposed to be no better example of this than classical piano. It's an experience everyone should try at least once.
I can recommend this show to anyone who want to watch and experience a good, heart-warming romance anime. Her unique style of playing opened up Kousei's eyes in a big way, and inspired him to take up music again. The last thing the bloke wants to do is play the piano, and yet he still finds himself drawn to it because you know. The anime may come off as an anime that focuses a lot on music, but music is merely a sub-genre here. It turns out that all the residents, in addition to being uncontrollable and weird, are outstanding in some way: a well-known animator, a scriptwriter, a programmer. Not much else to say here, really.