Nana Seven of Seven is an adventure/comedy title produced by Studio A.C.G.T in 2002 that tells the story of a girl named Nana, who is split into seven different versions of herself by a light prism in her grandfather's cellar. The whole plot line follows her newfound predicament and her aim to confess love to a boy she likes. That's pretty much it.
I initially latched onto the series with it's gig on splitting the protagonist into her seven constituent personalities and wasn't completely clear on the idea of the split until I got a few episodes in. For the most part the series is quite
enjoyable as the original Nana tries to deal wth the craziness of having her copies thrash around her house and drive her crazy... it uses the situation she's gotten into as well to personify the internal battles she has with her own feelings over friends, family, school, and her love life as well.
It should be noted also that each of the prisms that form when she gets split give the seven Nana's super powers which occasionally enter the fray as part of the plot progression... particularly as they play out the Nana Rangers (which comes across as one of the weirder aspects of the series in my opinion). The nana ranger get up plays into helping Nana keep the secret about her being split into seven people and also has a hand in the events later in the series as the climax draws near.
Overall the series, while it can be pretty odd at time, does a good job at fleshing out the protagonist and it's engaging enough to not only keep you watching, but also to make you feel for at least her, as it develops her relationship with the boy she likes.
If anything drives me the least bit crazy it's that the seven personalities being split off don't seem to have any effect on the original Nana beyond the fact that her other emotions are personified. Not to mention what happens at the end which I'll avoid spoiling for those who haven't seen the series.
All in all it's certainly not the best series on the block it was just good enough to keep me entertained. I tend to be a sucker for the split personality/ body swap materials so I enjoyed it and would recommend at least trying it out
Well having watched this first episode for no other reason than having no idea how the full version of the intro go onto my harddrive it was a pleasant waste of time while it makes itself out to be a cutesy little girl type anime i didnt particularly shine to it it feels very cliche and just isnt my type of anime and also for the one epsode not very memerable the