5 animes depicting suicide
Animes about suicide, of course, is a very delicate topic. If you found this post with any intention in mind (you understood me), this post is for you. It's not one of those posts that gives you a moral lesson, for me to fuck that up. I want to show you that anime there are answers to what you are thinking. But come on, wait a little longer, watch these anime and do what you want afterwards.
Upon arriving at the train station leading to eternal death, a sad soul receives the news that he is lucky and will gain another chance to live. She then assumes the body of a 14-year-old boy named Kobayashi Makoto, who has just tried to commit suicide. Assisted by a neutral spirit called Purapura, the soul must find out what his greatest sin was and what was wrong in his old life before his time in Makoto's body runs out.
Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei
The anime tells about Professor Itoshiki Nozomu who is completely pessimistic, taking any nonsense as motive of suicide. And to make it worse, students in their class are problematic, each having a unique personality to leave the teacher more desperate.
Serial Experiments Lain
Lain is a young solitary teenager who develops a fascination with computer science and Wired after the death of one of her schoolmates. An e-mail, sent after his death, explains that his body ceased to live and that she lives now in Wired.
NHK NI Youkoso!
Satou Tatsuhiro, a 21-year-old guy, is a "Neet" (Not in Employment, Education or Training – a person who does not work or study) and has dropped out of high school for many years. Satou is also a "hikikomori" (in the west the relative term would be someone with a marked degree of social phobia). In this way the character ended up arresting himself in a universe of conspiracy that he believes to be commanded by the secret organization titled "NHK (Nihon Hikikomori Kyokai)".
Koe in Katachi
Shouko Nishimiya, a girl with primary hearing impairment, suffers from Ishida Shouya bullying to such a point that it is transferred to another school. As a result, he is condemned to ostracism and suffers bullying from his colleagues. Years later, plagued by his past, Shouya decides that he should see Shouko once again.
The world is 4.54 billion years old and you are alive at the same time as the animes… Suicide for what?
In those hours you have to use your head, right? Just kidding! Well, all these anime are very depressive, they can be used to awaken that remnants of sanity, but if your sanity is "normal" you will get depressed, that is, you lose sanity. Regain your astral in the post strange animes that you love.
return to the beginning; Try again