Oct 19, 2021
This is my review as a whole from episode 1 to 26. These really aren't specials, it just that they couldn't air all the episodes at the time and added them later, fortunately, so we could watch the end of the story. By the way, this is a reboot from the male version 'Ie Naki Ko'.
Let's see... As it starts it looks like it could be a sob story, and it is. There is life and drama in a little 10-year-old girl that knows how to sing. She goes on an adventure unwillingly because of her personal situation but she somehow will learn to be
free and more independent without having to listen to adults all the time as not everyone is as nice as her mum and her old neighbours.
I loved quite a lot the music from the OP/ED and the animation was fine, it was like the others such as Heidi and Marco as they come from the same studios, Nippon Animation. So if you already liked others from the same studio, you should add this to the collection.
However, it isn't exactly a masterpiece from start to finish and it's a little predictable so it's beautiful but not extraordinary. How it's called...? A comfort series? It could be well like that, although it's kind of melodramatic and couldn't stop tearing up.
So overall, I'd recommend it if you don't have anything else to watch and want to complete watching all the classics because at least it isn't awful and gives another perspective to our lives.
Reviewer’s Rating: 7
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