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Hitohira Theatrically Thrilling Anime

Jun 13, 2011 @ 20:15 CDT


An anime which excels in areas others fear to venture is Hitohira – a theatrically thrilling anime series focusing on a severely shy girl with a powerful yet hidden talent.

Asai Mugi happens to be incredibly timid – even refraining from standard conversation. The path is paved for the story once Mugi accidentally lets loose a magnificent scream from her overly excited demeanor as she sees her grades to be gratuitously posted on the wall – she of course becomes immediately embarrassed by such a publicly loud leak.

Ichinose Nono, the head of the school’s Drama Research Club hears this grand yell – immediately taking a deep desire into recruiting the adversely acting girl for her envisioned acting potential.

The story gradually develops into a teary tale as we slowly learn the actual intentions behind the characters which range from that of good and bad.

Although initially a certain someone may have had some ulterior motives promoting bad-intent developments occur changing much of what was – the characters face challenges and interactions relative to each other placing them on a totally new level of understanding even the viewer may not fully understand at first.

This vibrant display of emotion far surpasses many other series, entering straight into a realm of reality viewers can associate with as the story progresses. The flowing thought and mind of the characters define an aspect of storytelling mastery which ultimately composes the full excellence of such a series beyond the capabilities of any other element.

Such a theatrically based showing also comes sporting vehemently superb visuals among top-class of its airing date – of which it ended up an entirely underrated event.

Not to mention the series comes with sound indescribably styled to perfection for this exquisite series – playing a vast variety of ambiance and opera all timed to an ideal scene.

A final magnum-powered fifty caliber plot shift in the series occurs vivaciously mid-way amongst this prominently graceful display of acting par excellence which preps the series for its final moments – the last lovely scenes to part from this tale of sadness and joy.

1 Comment

  • gargamesh says:

    Nice, there’s actually a review.

    I actually have this DL-ed, it’s nice to know that it’s actually good.

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