So the 16 year old Hidaka Mika constantly fails her intermediate exam so she can still see her 21 year old violin teacher each week and he's like a genius because since a traumatic experience at 5 years old he sees everything like a still shot in a film and remembers every event in his life. His playing music helps him to momentarily forget the replaying of his memories.ready to go to america if he passes a competition.
I love how the characters are drawn, it's different, the detail on everything, especially bodily proportions I greatly appreciated.
I liked the first chapter, obviously written as a one-shot and so I think the second chapter should be dismissed.
It had some funny moments and drama, the writing was well done I felt. I feel like the guy could have had more personality and it could be a really great series but somehow it just hit a dead end because of the lack of development on the male side I feel.
The third chapter short story is about a university student who planned on making a film with her close female friend and entering it in an annual film contest until her friend suddenly seemed to change and not care about the project anymore and then died shortly after. So the girl sees a website about someone able to connect with the dead, and she sets an appointment and meets ai chan whose kind of a psycho and it ended a bit too cheerily possibly but I loved it.
To you the story line might appear banal. It does have it's cliched moments but I just felt good after reading those 2 chapters and liked the main female characters. A+ biasedly, 6-8 realistically depending on what you like. read more