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My eyes were pretty glazed over through the conclusions of 'Angel Beats' and 'Plastic Memories', but I certainly broke the cry barrier at the masterpiece that is 'Your Lie in April'. Myself, a young man curled up in his chair with quivering lips, bloodshot-red eyes, a pained throat and eyelashes that did little to hold back the tears my emotions were so dedicated on expending. I've been avoiding the more serious/emotional anime series for a short while now, but I'm thinking of re-entering.

But what I love in the end of all that I've mentioned is that the tears aren't brought about through purely woeful and destructive inter-personal calamities. Instead, I've witnessed relationships holistically fulfilling upon both parties, as their shared experiences help them achieve clearer understandings of happiness:

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13lueKazoo wrote:

My eyes were pretty glazed over through the conclusions of 'Angel Beats' and 'Plastic Memories', but I certainly broke the cry barrier at the masterpiece that is 'Your Lie in April'. Myself, a young man curled up in his chair with quivering lips, bloodshot-red eyes, a pained throat and eyelashes that did little to hold back the tears my emotions were so dedicated on expending. I've been avoiding the more serious/emotional anime series for a short while now, but I'm thinking of re-entering.

But what I love in the end of all that I've mentioned is that the tears aren't brought about through purely woeful and destructive inter-personal calamities. Instead, I've witnessed relationships holistically fulfilling upon both parties, as their shared experiences help them achieve clearer understandings of happiness:



I also agree with you on Plastic Memories and Angel Beats. I have my own reasons which I explain in my Plastic Memories review if you want to check that out.

Angel Beats and Plastic Memories taught me to live your life to the fullest, no matter what problems you encounter in your life. Your lie in April also taught me this but I haven't finished it yet so I can't say.

Clannad also made me feel the feelquake as well!
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Guilty Crown made me sad as well as Grave of the Fireflies
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