True Tears

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4.8
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  • 11 out of 11 people found this review helpful:
    Nine years later, I still remember how this show made me feel
    TL;DR Version: P.A. Works' first anime, True Tears, is a stunning example of the dramatic shounen romance genre that has aged well, and is worth a watch for romance fans, but may not be for everyone as the plot is slow.

    If you are a fan of Angel Beats, Hanasaku Iroha, Tari Tari, Another, or Charlotte here on Crunchyroll, i.e. shows from the animation studio P.A. ...
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  • 4 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    A well written angst-ey drama that feels like a roller-coaster.
    No synopsis, straight unbiased review.

    The story has a lot of depth with a lot of emotions from several parties, but the way they are conveyed makes the story comprehensible and rich. There were several times where I felt my heart jump at the sheer chemistry between characters and their interactions.

    The characters in this show were all like-able and and truly individual, almost devoid ...
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  • Well done soap opera rom-drama
    True Tears can be summed up by the J. Geils Band song " Love Stinks". Because H.S. dating does stink. Mix in real life, tragedy, an effing wench mother, meddling B.S, and all the crap that is reality and True Tears is born. While there is no clear winning couple there is a clear loser. As an anime, TT is well above average in production, writing, and art, and music. Everything "TT" try's to do it ...
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  • Deep, real, raw. Worth a watch.
    The characters all felt real and had depth. Some of the situations were very adult (even the parents had real problems that were messing with the kids). It made this anime feel very real and very raw. The main boy character actually developed some self-awareness of how his naivete was really harming the girls, and took more responsible action. And that action actually displayed how making a choice ...
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