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Old 2006-11-27, 11:18   Link #93
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Originally Posted by houkoholic View Post
This is also the reason why it is so important to carefully pace Kanon with scenes of character interactions which seemingly doesn't progress the plot and feel "useless", because those scenes are there to setup the overall atmosphere of the show.
Furthermore, the interactions helped to build up the characters via indirect characterization.

As we know more and more about the characters, we are gradually becoming accustomed/attached to them until the point when we actually start to "care" for them.

Spoiler for Key's general plot structure:

Originally Posted by Meophist View Post
I've always thought that there's a fairy tale aspect to each of Key's works(ok, just Kanon and Air since that's all I've seen). I think the Air movie really gets this aspect well.
Planetarian does not involve any fairy tale aspect (unless you consider Reverie as a fairy ).
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