Because of a plane crash ... starting today, we're spending the springtime of our lives on a deserted island!! There's nothing here, so we have to make everything!! And eat everything!! (Ugh!) Check out our high-school-girl survival story of courage and knowledge. We're actually doing pretty well! We learn how to eat cicadas, how to build traps, a simple allergy test, how to eat hermit crabs, etc.
“Are You Lost?” is shaping up to be my favorite of the “ecchi-cational” shows of the season. It’s not as slow and monotonous as Dumbbell and it’s a bit more creative with the way it delivers and paces the ecchi and “lessons” when compared to Magical Senpai. To me it’s also just straight up funnier.
The premise here is about what you would expect when you think of an anime about survival. Four high-school girls of various archetypes get stranded on a desert island and have to survive. They are the sporty tomboy Asuka, the sensitive wallflower Shion, and the studious glasses-girl Mutsu. Rounding out the
group is Homare, an otherwise plain looking girl if not for her convenient ability and knowledge of survival. You see, this is because Homare had a bad-ass father who felt that teaching her survival tactics was much more important than boring things like social etiquette and awareness.
This means that the basic structure of an episode is
1) The girls need to perform some basic survival task.
2) Homare does something very strange/extra because of their lack of basic survival tools.
3) The girls are weirded out, but grin and bear it because they don’t want to die.
I think most viewers will be able to enjoy the comedy of this one. It generally stems from the strange things Homare does, the girl’s reactions to it, and their struggle with basic survival tasks. The girls (that are not Homare) can be presented as a little dim at times, but none of it feels mean-spirited(And Mutsu seems like she can actually be useful). The main sticking point for some will probably be the ecchi. This show is not shy with it’s wet t-shirts and panty shots, but if you’re not big on that, I would still give this show 2 or 3 episodes if you’re even passively interested. The 1st episode lays it on a little thick, but the show chills out a little bit with more episodes.
I always wondered what would happen if you end on an island with Rambo's daughter after an accident (airplane crash, a sinking ship, etc)? However, Homare isn't Rambo's daughter but she received similar training from her father. The plot of the series is easy, following a group of girls that ended in a desolated island and watching their adventures to survive and how Homare an expert in those situations is helping them.
On the paper, the idea was interesting. Once I watched the first episode, I figured the series is very average. Most of the jokes are silly, boring, dull, and in some cases
grotesque. Although survivability can be fun under certain circumstances, this show is becoming a lame combination between Lost and Gilligan's Island where the silly events tend to be boring and without a plausible argument.
Finally, the length of each episode is only half from the average. However, do not hope too much from this kind of series or you will end very disappointed. Also, It won't surprise me if at the end we watch something like "Wilson, Wilson!!" correction "Homare Homare!!"
"Distinguishing the full analogy of such girls who got stranded in an island where episode is almost half time POV Fanservice Skits.."
Heard of Lord of The Flies?
Over-Bloated of grieving.. yet unnecessary civilization against such certain pave of egotism.. Since the summary catches the eye of view within how hard blinded in sense of prevail that can be inevitable.
"Nothing is pretty ordinary"
A word of upbringing to have quite a negative view of human catalyst can be drawn from the messages it carries.
I mean We have Only girls between the ages of 12 who are stranded on an island after they had
a plane crash. There is no adult who would force them to stay in line; there is no authority that would tell them what's right or wrong. They are left to their own devices and even though they were doing as good as you would expect schoolkids to do. Admit it, it's niche considered how the market would sell if it's only for every degens always wanted. Hardly to say that this matter can uphold the true essence claiming the island as their own, doing as they pleased because they could do so without anyone to stop them.
Rather than taking the rough approach, It depends to "some guy deciphering the hidden knowledge of accepting the true culture".
As much as thirsty as it gets, their own desire for control the first pig is certainly described with unmistakable sexual resonance. One of the girls pushes a sharpened wits "up her ass". On an island, living on fruit and harmony shows us the most sophisticated power and control over others can be wielded quickly and wrongly by just a few people. It's what's happening all over the world at this minute. Triggering the amount of lust and affection, those priorities are vain and interested in dominating and manipulating others. But they are also caring, loving and resourceful, and willing to serve by learning the true condition