5 Centimeters per Second (quick review)

Wow, time goes away so fast… o_o Sorry for the lack of reviews. It has been a crazy week xD.

I wanted to watch this one for a long time but when I go for a movie, I need to know I’ll be dedicated to it until the end. I finally had a little room and the mood for it.

I won’t lie, this little film broke me a bit. I mean, I was ready for those feels, but not for this.

Basically, 5 Centimeters per Second is a tiny anime of 3 episodes that has been compressed into a movie. It’s the story of a guy and a girl that have to go their separate ways because one of them has to move.

Visually, this anime was eye candy for me. It was a really strange but interesting art-style and I loved everything of it even though some faces were a tats broken xD.

Now onto the story. It was a really interesting story. There was that slow rhythm to it that I really enjoyed. The whole thing just made me shiver from time to time. The story was slow but well made. Everything felt like hit belonged into it.

Now, the end wasn’t the best one. I know that there is a manga and that its story goes farther. I don’t know if the ending is as sad as in the movie but gosh… This is not the kind of anime that will make you cry because of it’s sadness but more because of how possible this stuff might be. Because this ending is so real it hurts…

Overall, I say if you like drama go watch it. Some people didn’t like it but I really think its a good slice of life drama and that some people can relate to this story.

PS: The game is taking form !! I hope we can finish in time but I have fate in my teammates \ ^-^ / !!


3 thoughts on “5 Centimeters per Second (quick review)

  1. omg I agree. Seriously, 5 centimeters per second is a movie that I think everybody needs to watch at least once. It might not be liked for the overly slow pace and it’s okay if it’s not liked by everybody, but with a bit of patience it might be remembered as a little “piece of art”. Not only because it’s visually outstanding, but it’s just so real, sad and beautiful, but never diverging out of what’s real.The whole combination of feels and details is what makes it deserving to be remembered.

    PS: glad to hear about the game !!

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