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#1
Oct 9, 2010 8:52 AM

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THIS IS AN ANIME ONLY DISCUSSION POST. DO NOT DISCUSS THE MANGA BEYOND THIS EPISODE.
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really loved this anime.
 
#2
Nov 6, 2010 10:29 AM

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ARE YOU KIDDING ME? SHE REMEMBERED IT FROM THE WOMB??? THE SHOW JUST DROPPED ANOTHER POINT
 
#3
Nov 19, 2010 9:03 AM

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The last episode, went really dramatic and has a little of an unreality genre. Well it was a happy ending though

They've never used their T.V - =D
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May 14, 2012 1:23 AM

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Ayu, best imouto in animu.

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#5
Nov 16, 2012 8:58 AM

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I watched the first eps once, and thinking this anime was boring.
but I watch it again when I in a state of depression from my daily activity, and found this anime able to cured me bit. some episodes very calming, and the soundtracks very calm too, fits to anime itself. remind me to Aria and Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou.
8/10 for this anime.
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after all what happened in my life, I finally realized.
God never say a thing. And God's silence has nothing to do with life or death.
 
#6
Mar 11, 2013 8:00 AM

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This anime was SO boring. I love slice-of-life but this anime had generic animation, bland characters and pointless plotlines that went nowhere. It gets a 4/10 for me. LAME.
 
#7
Apr 11, 2013 2:40 AM

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Last episode was the most touching one from the entire series. I almost teared up.

Really love it. It was a nice heartwarming series and a relaxing watch. 8/10 for me. :)
 
#8
Aug 15, 2013 11:43 AM

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D'awwww. I give it 2cute/10.
As melodramatic as every single episode was, I loved the hell out of it. More more more.

(Why are colds and fevers so serious and prominent in anime? It's just so silly.)
 
#9
Sep 5, 2013 6:27 PM
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Overall, a decent series imo but I rate it a 6/10. Some moments didn't click for me although I felt the emotions of this episode for sure.
 
Jan 31, 10:35 PM

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I'll let Kyou herself sum up my opinions toward this series:
 
Jun 11, 4:54 PM

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Flowers are so fucking symbolic in this show. First it was the sakura petals and now the dandelion. It's still quite emotional, and I enjoyed this episode until the end...

What horseshit, Kyo being able to hear her mother's request in utero. Well, I can't be too mad over it, this show always had some spiritual vibes lingering, so in that context it seems somewhat feasible. Not to mention both sisters were bind together by a certain "promise"; I saw this from the other side of the globe.

Overall I thought this was a cute one, but it loses it's profundity in the second half as it withdrew it's thematic connection somewhere down the line, and devolved into yet another slice-of-life, which doesn't even have the benefit of a cast. It's only when witnessing the cards situated in the middle of each episode that remind me of their unfortunate circumstances.

This is what made the first 5 episodes feel so cathartic. The idea that even in such tragic times, this show displayed itself in such an optimistic manner through the form of a beautiful sibling dynamic in which the happiness of one is the smile of the others, THAT'S what sold this show. It made me completely dismiss this show's often shoddy animation and art. Shoehorn in some guitarist who can't sing for his life and a rich girl who's sole function is to form a dichotomy between her and Asu, and that whole motif is eroded substantially.

5-point-fucking-5/10, but I'm a nice guy who rounds to the higher number, so a very generous 6.
Why do people have such bad taste? Anime isn't subjective anymore.