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Kakyuusei 2: Hitomi no Naka no Shoujo-tachi


Alternative Titles

English: Kakyusei 2
Japanese: 下級生2 ~瞳の中の少女たち~

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 2, 2004 to Dec 25, 2004
Premiered: Fall 2004
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: Soft Garage
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Arms
Source: Visual novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.001 (scored by 847 users)
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Ranked: #66592
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Popularity: #4642
Members: 3,330
Favorites: 5
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Episodes: /13

Synopsis

Many people have fond memories of meeting a certain teenage boy in their younger years. However, their ages vary widely, and each remembers him as a teen. This story follows the intricate intertwining of their various stories and how this young man, who apparently lives outside of time, has affected each of them.

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Characters & Voice Actors

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Kawaragi, Shiho
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Sunafuki, Nozomu
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Kimura, Taku
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Narumi, Erika
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Oriya, Rouma
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Midorikawa, Hikaru
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Staff

Kageyama, Shigenori
Kageyama, Shigenori
Director, Script, Storyboard, Screenplay
Iwanaga, Akira
Iwanaga, Akira
Episode Director
Kon, Chiaki
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Storyboard
Kawaragi, Shiho
Kawaragi, Shiho
Theme Song Performance


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"18" by Katyusha

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"Koi no Uta" by Katyusha




More reviewsReviews

Hung
Sep 13, 2009
Okay, let me remember correctly why I gave this anime a 1. It was along time ago when I first purchased this anime in a box set from your local Anime store for about $26? Got home thinking, oh wow, new anime to watch! Can't wait!

I watched it, finished it, and thought. What the hell is going on? What the fuck WAS GOING ON? I was fucking scammed 26 bucks.

These next sections explains why and what the fuck was this shit.

Story (1/10)

First episode started okay, typical starting of a school life anime, turned into something totally fucked up. It feels like the characters in read more
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IronFox
Oct 4, 2008
This anime was painful to watch, the ONLY reason I finished it ... was to finish it. The music was repeated sooo many times on each episode, generic/overused sound effects, inconsistent art style and poor animation. As I was watching this, I didnt remember what year it came out and was thinking it was a mid 90s show considering the rough look but to my surprise it was 04! I got irritated at the constant "stare off into the distance for dramatic feel" and flashback scenes that repeated the same scene over and over again. The story was nowhere to be read more
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Shido_Tatsuhiko
Jan 7, 2016
First of all, every negative comment about this hidden gem is quite undeserved, IMHO. This is an anime to remember, not forget, as Lunar-Anime mistranslated.

You should pay a lot of attention to those little -albeit very important- details about the story, because there's definitely a story and you have to use both logic and imagination to figure it out as you watch each episode. Having said that, I truly recommend this anime to everyone that is willing to appreciate a good suspense and mysterious drama with romance and comedy.

The director for this series is Yousei Morino, the alter-ego to Shigenori Kagayama, in what I'd call read more
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hauptg
Jun 17, 2009
This is a mysterious anime and I find it difficult to place a watch it or do not watch it stamp. It is one of those sleepy stories that do not have much of a beginning or an ending. This is kind of an anti-climax anime. The artist leaves a lot of it open for interpretation and what is unique about this one, is that there are several segments that music is playing and scenes are show - during this there is often no dialogue.

The animation was not too bad either.
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