10 Dramatic animes to watch (or avoid)
It's become a tradition to make depressive lists. Dramatic animes to watch or simply avoid. This is not a suggestive list, it's just another recommendation without compromise. Curiosity, in the perspective of each of these are the best, but also the worst… Wait a minute, how much worse, better?
History about the members of a Cultural Studies club (Yaegashi Taichi, Nagase Iori, Himeko Inaba, Yoshifumi Aoki, Kiriyama Yui) who lived their lives normally until suddenly their souls begin to change body randomly and the worst, this happens Quite often. Lovers crossed, the feelings revealed when they are exchanging their personalities and comedy in abundance is what is proposed in this story.
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0
The anime shows, realistically, what would happen to the city of Tokyo if it went through an earthquake of magnitude 8.0, that is, extramingly strong. And more the secondary disasters that would come after the great tremor like: tsunamis, landslides and fires. The student Mirai, her brother Yuuki and the biker Mari will pass through this catastrophe and have to unite to survive in the midst of this tragedy.
Serial Experiment Lain
Lain, a young lone teenager, develops a fascination with computer science and Wired (an improved version of the Internet), after the death of one of her classmates. An e-mail sent by this, after his death, explains that his body ceased to live and that she lives now in Wired. Lain portrays the situation of dual personality between the real world and the "Wired" world. The anime itself is quite complex.
Zankyou in Terror
This anime has a hell more standing on the ground, that is, in reality. This reality has existed and can come back, I'm talking about terrorism and war. If you're new, you may find it strange, but in the past wars were normal, not like today, which is peaceful within the possible.
On a summer day, a terrorist bombing suddenly reaches Tokyo. It is discovered that the culprits behind this act that woke the nation of their complacent sleep are only two boys. Now, the guilty, known as "Sphinx" begin a grand game that encompasses the entire Japanese territory.
Six childhood friends grow up and suddenly take different directions in life and begin to treat themselves as complete strangers, motivated by a sad event of the past. But the return of one of these friends is going to make time go back to moving again from where he stopped.
Jintan became a hikikomori, who lives practically all the time indoors just playing games. You don't want to go to school or much less have to deal with other people. The person who can get him to interact with the rest of the world and go look for his other childhood friends is Menma. All because of a wish she needed it to be accomplished: But for that, all friends need to be together again.
Shigatsu wa Kimi No Uso
Arima Kousei is a musical ex-prodígio who lost the ability to play the piano after his mother, who was also his instructor, passed away. Her life is now monotonous, but she starts to gain color when he meets a violinist by chance. Miyazono Kaori is an audacious and determined girl whose personality overflows. Enchanted by the girl, Kousei, in her 14 years, begins to move forward with her own legs.
A small plant sprat from the floor of an old house used by angels. From inside this plant comes a girl, who they call Rakka (meaning "fall" or "fall"), because she dreamed that she was falling when she was inside the plant that housed her. Then little wings are born in it and the other angels present it with a halo. From there Rakka will discover himself in a different world, with those angels. It is seen in a city surrounded by a very high wall, which insulate them from the outside world. Who the hell is the Haibane? Why can't they just leave town? Why do humans live with them? What are the mysterious hooded men they can't direct the word for? It's things we're going to discover along with Rakka and her simple story.
Angel Beats! is passed in a post-mortem place, where the protagonist Otanashi wakes up, but without memories. He finds himself in a place that is apparently a school, but in fact it is a middle ground between heaven and earth. Otonashi meets a girl named Yuri (Yurippe), who invites him to join SSS-Shinda Sekai Sensen, an organization that aims to fight against the "Tenshis" (angels) and take the power of this mysterious place.
Hotaru No Haka
The film reports the story of two brothers, Seita and Setsuko, in the period of World War II in Japan. Their father is summoned to defend the country in the war, for it is part of the Japanese Navy, and the mother dies in a bombing of American planes. From there, the film shows the struggle for the survival of the two children, amid the poverty and misery that ravaged the country. Hunger, disease and the lack of generosity and sensibility of adults makes this route one of the most beautiful and touching films about the tragic picture generated by the war.
Dramatic animes, these can be the best… Or the worst, it goes from your perspective…
Better and worse doesn't make a difference if it's about drama or bad things. When it's better, more drama, when it's worse, more drama too… Oh, my mind is confused… Are we going to forget these details and drop our mouths on these dramatic anime? Let's go? Just don't think it's thick-crust saying you don't cry, okay? In a past post I was super dramatic, but comic, was in the post 5 types of people that otakus hate…