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Posted 12/3/17 , edited 12/3/17
That ending though, really was like
I have really enjoyed it so far tbh
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Posted 12/3/17 , edited 12/3/17
The twist was fairly predictable - these types of stories always involve drama and coincidences.


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What is up with that mom? She never told her daughter the name of the person that saved her, and then she didn't tell her she was taking her to a grave!

I presume that the mother didn't want his death to hang over her daughter's mental state - you'd feel terrible knowing that you inadvertently hastened someone's death because of your own accident. She's at a sensitive age, and we know she lacks a bit of self-esteem.

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Posted 12/7/17 , edited 12/8/17
At this point it boils down to Haruki's response. The predictable one I'm sure we're all expecting is for him to get angry at her for "causing" his brother's death. Of course the mature response is to be glad his brother's death saved another person's life. She was a child at the time so holding her responsible would be petty. Given the series is only six episodes I hope we don't waste the next three with an "he gets mad but then learns something that makes him realize how dumb he's being" plot. I'd rather see a "she blames herself but he convinces her it's okay" storyline. I think having him draw her out would be more romantic and better fit the characters. Given Miou's lack of confidence it's easy to see her blaming herself and withdrawing from him out of fear of how he might react.
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Posted 12/8/17 , edited 12/8/17
Episode 3

That was quite a huge revelation there at the grave as Miou just wasn't aware that the person who saved her is Chiaki. After learning all that, it's no wonder Miou ended up that way, which is not good with filming going on. Anyway, Chiaki was quite the optimistic person there even though he was so frail, and Haruki got his passion for filmmaking from him. And in the end, Haruki won the competition just as he planned, but he's not exactly thinking about studying in Hollywood as his mind is just all over the place, so it will be interesting to see how all this turns out.
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Posted 12/15/17 , edited 12/15/17
Episode 4

That was a pretty bittersweet moment there for Haruki as winning the grand prize meant taking a big step in fulfilling a dream, but at the same time that means leaving Miou behind as he heads for America to study. As it turns out, becoming an accomplished film director was Chiaki's dream, and as such Haruki had been pursuing somebody else's dream instead of his own. After seeing some elementary school kids doing some art of their own, Miou got her desire to draw back even if she refuses to admit it. So doing what friends are supposed to be there for, Natsuki lets her know that Miou is not at fault for what happened with Chiaki. Natsuki sure is a great friend who is very outspoken and doesn't let crap have its way.
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Posted 12/15/17 , edited 12/15/17
I really hope Haruki and Miou can make up it together. There's not much time left and the last time they talked, it wasn't in the best of interests.

For Haruki, I think he should make his own dream. That way, he'll enjoy his future more. Miou's so lucky to have good friends that care about her tbh. I'm going to say that Miou should give Haruki a chance again after everything they've been through.

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Posted 12/22/17 , edited 12/22/17
Episode 5

My goodness, what a wreck Haruki is. Pulling out of his studying abroad there has driven things way over the edge. Akechi-sensei is letting him know that what he is doing is an insult to Chiaki, while Miou won't let things stand the way they are. So on a snowy day that same unusually early, Haruki visits his brother's grave, and Miou is waiting. And that is when he is reminded that just because being a film director is Chiaki's dream doesn't mean that it can't be his dream as well. A good slap to the face, and that finally snapped him out of his funk. It all goes to show that anybody can have any dream they want, and with Haruki passionate about filmmaking that it's only natural that it is his dream.
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Posted 12/23/17 , edited 12/23/17
1 more episode left after this...

Honestly, I think this show should of ended at episode 5. Miou and Haruki made up and they are the core couple of the show. Not sure what they got planned for next week.
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Posted 12/28/17 , edited 12/29/17
Can anyone help find the song at 17:00 episode 4 D:
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17
Episode 6 (Finale)

So everybody has their future plans all laid out as Haruki is going to Hollywood to learn from the pros, while Miou is off to art school to become an art teacher, while Natsuki is off to a designers school. And then seven years later, the couples get engaged. Miou and Akechi are teachers at the high school, and during that time Miou didn't bother contacting Haruki only saying that she will wait as long as it took for him to come back. Well, it took seven years, but the gap has closed. Pretty nice to see the kids now fully established in their career choices.

Final Thoughts

This is a solid addition to the Honeyworks line of shows as it does a pretty good job in telling a story and incorporating all the nuisances involved. With six episodes to tell its story that it does the adding depth that the other two movies lacked. While the storytelling is nice, it's something that isn't exactly the most original, all while the characters can be pretty frustrating to watch. In all, it's a show worth watching if one is into the Honeyworks series.

Grade: B (8/10)
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17
I think this show is overall alright.

With what it had to work with, they manage to make a story flow for 6 episodes (tbh, I think any more episodes than that wouldn't of worked). Character chemistry on most parts were charming for a school-shoujo anime.

Kinda wish they gave Souta more spotlight although seeing him becoming more confident was a pleasant sight.
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17

GarbearTM87 wrote:

Can anyone help find the song at 17:00 episode 4 D:


***episode 3***
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/29/17

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GarbearTM87 wrote:

Can anyone help find the song at 17:00 episode 4 D:


***episode 3***


"Kikoemasu ka" by Honeyworks ft. Koinu

If you dont mind soundcloud links

https://m.soundcloud.com/hanaecchi/honeyworks-ft-koinu-kikoemasu-ka
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/30/17
Wait is this spinning off of 5CM?
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Posted 12/29/17 , edited 12/30/17
That ending should be impossible... I have mixed feelings about it.
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