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Old 2014-12-04, 08:18   Link #1
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Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda (Movie)

New film uniting Anohana's staff has been announced with the title. More info will come soon...

Apparently, the title translates to "My Heart Wants to Shout"


Twitter post: https://twitter.com/anohana_project/...43461597339648
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Old 2014-12-04, 18:30   Link #2
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I'm going to continuously shove this in Pocari Sweat's face until he murders me.
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Old 2014-12-05, 10:48   Link #3
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It's A1 Pictures + Nagai + Okada. That's a pretty decent combo if you ask me so I don't know why I would murder you over it. Now if it was Okada left to her own devices (or paired up with Kawamori *shivers*) or A1 Pictures adapting some generic light novel in the noitamina slot (oh wait that's actually happening next season...) then I would be worried.
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Old 2014-12-05, 15:46   Link #4
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I'll never understand why people like AnoHana. It's that one time than I'd preferred they hadn't made Okada to rewrite the script.
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Old 2014-12-05, 16:03   Link #5
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I'll never understand why people like AnoHana. It's that one time than I'd preferred they hadn't made Okada to rewrite the script.
Some people are suckers for anything with sad music and crying
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Old 2014-12-06, 22:19   Link #6
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If Okada didn't rewrite the script for anohana then you would have gotten potentially an ecchi romcom. Do you really want to see a okada ecchi romcom?
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Old 2014-12-07, 08:24   Link #7
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Ecchi romcom from Okada is still better than overdramatic trainwreck with zero logic and no solution AnoHana was.
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Old 2014-12-07, 14:42   Link #8
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If Okada didn't rewrite the script for anohana then you would have gotten potentially an ecchi romcom. Do you really want to see a okada ecchi romcom?
I probably wouldn't mind since it would probably just be more like Ano Natsu which was pretty good in its own right.

In any case, Okada didn't rewrite anything. This happened during the conceptual phase where Okada only had rough ideas (one of which included erotic slapstick elements) and was advised by Nagai to just focus on friendship.
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Old 2014-12-07, 19:17   Link #9
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Some people are suckers for anything with sad music and crying
And lots of modern anime fans are hostile to anything that focuses on emotion over snark and irony.
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Old 2014-12-08, 12:43   Link #10
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AnoHana is a bad example of emotional anime.
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Old 2014-12-09, 05:27   Link #11
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I've never really understood the whole emotional anime thing that comes up with situations to try to make the viewer cry though those types of stories always seem extremely popular for one reason or another. It just doesn't work well on me, but rather I just felt Anohana had a surprisingly interesting cast that worked well in a sort of coming of age story centered around a shared traumatic childhood experience which made it a good watch anyway. I kind of would figure that this is a whole new cast and story though cause I see no logic or reason for revisiting that one.

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And lots of modern anime fans are hostile to anything that focuses on emotion over snark and irony.
I feel like the sweet spot I'm always looking for is something that just feels genuine and well realized in a way that it just kind of owns. There definitely seems to be an unhealthy focus of late on shows that are ironic interpretations of a genre or concept that rely more on flipping the script on tropes than actually being their own thing. Or maybe just in a lot of cases people don't know what they're doing really. I don't tend to think those kind of shows work too well in any but that might just come down to a matter of taste and expectations.

The whole genuine feeling thing also applies to shows that try to work through appeal to emotion which usually just means some elaborately tragic circumstance surrounding the accidental or disease related death of some innocent erstwhile lively moe archetype and an emotional connection that for me at least is rarely if ever adequately established.

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AnoHana is a bad example of emotional anime.
I don't know if it's necessarily a bad example so much as just kind of an example though really it helped that I felt other than during certain stretches it didn't overly focus on the whole trying to make the viewer be sad thing and the other characters had other things going on and there was the realization that a lot of them had changed as a result of what happened so there were other things to consider that made the show kind of interesting in spite of it's short run.

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Old 2014-12-09, 06:18   Link #12
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AnoHana is a bad example of emotional anime.
Perhaps for you, and that's fair enough, but not as much for others?

I myself was quite moved by it on the whole...there were a few times where I thought it was a little too much, but as a total package I thought it was quite good. But even those times when the expression of strong emotions was a little too much for me in particular, the emotion or reaction or response it self did not feel contrived or fake. For me it came across as pretty real and genuine....

As far as I am concerned if this new work the thread speaks of is as effective and well done as Ano Hana was I will be more than satisfied.
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Old 2014-12-09, 23:05   Link #13
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Another AS member just brought this to my attention.

Now, I liked AnoHana well enough. I thought it was a bit too heavy on the crying side of things (IIRC, literally every episode had crying in it - that was a bit much ), but it also had a lot of strengths to it. Pretty consistent good quality from episode-to-episode and a male lead easy to cheer for and a well-balanced cast, are three such strengths.

But AnoHana also had one of the more "neat and tidy" conclusive endings I've seen in anime. Why does AnoHana need a sequel? I can maybe see a "catching up with old friends" OVA, but a full-fledged movie (if this movie is in fact a direct sequel to AnoHana)?

Anime is relying a lot on sequels these days, and it does worry me a bit...
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Old 2014-12-10, 07:37   Link #14
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It's not a direct sequel in that it's going to have an entirely new cast. Which is probably wise, for much the reason you suggest.

As to "why", I think it's simple - it was highly commercially successful. And in a world where you get Dog Days Season 18, should we really be complaining about an AnoHana sequel?
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Old 2014-12-10, 15:49   Link #15
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It's not a direct sequel in that it's going to have an entirely new cast. Which is probably wise, for much the reason you suggest.
Ah well, that's fine then.

I'm certainly cool with another AnoHana-like show with a different cast. Could be very good.
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Old 2014-12-10, 20:07   Link #16
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Ah well, that's fine then.

I'm certainly cool with another AnoHana-like show with a different cast. Could be very good.
Well, I would too - but this is a movie, so not quite as big a deal.
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Old 2014-12-11, 00:01   Link #17
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And lots of modern anime fans are hostile to anything that focuses on emotion
Plenty of veteran fans are too, but mostly at the copious amounts of it.
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