thank you, maple

Hayden 2022-10-28 01:35:23

Although I had finished chasing after the new show, it was difficult for me to calm down and appreciate this work in the lively atmosphere of station B at that time. I didn't feel much after watching it, but I don't think it should be. So I chose not to leave a comment at the time and read it again later. So three years later, I clicked on it again and really liked it.

As the protagonist, Sakuta has a strong sense of empathy and responsibility, which is his greatest strength. Although he seems cynical and frivolous to others, he should be serious when he should be serious, and relaxed when he should be relaxed. There are many heroines, but he doesn't play the set of "You are all my wings", and his relationship with Mai has been determined in the first episode. Sakuta's image is very full. Compared with other works, the hero can be brought in by the audience, but it is not unreasonable that he is called "teacher".

The whole play describes many social issues, marginalized people, gregariousness, inner conflict, school bullying, and relationships with half-sisters. The author collectively calls these problems adolescence syndrome, a name that seems a bit nonsensical and even wants to complain. By the way, the depiction of this part of the work has a bit of a fantasy element in it. In fact, the problems are all mental illnesses, but they are shown in a fantastic way in the play, which is very novel. It is interesting to hear Futaba explain everything in the laboratory with the physical knowledge of quantum mechanics. Sakuta is always eager to help solve these problems, no matter the cost.

Feng is the climax of the whole drama. Feng's problem was mainly bullying at school, which made her not have the courage to go to school again. This is a commonplace. But Kaede's role was interesting because she was the only one who accompanied Sakuta from the very beginning. Since my sister became ill, my parents have left, leaving my brother and sister to live alone. Since then, Sakuta has taken on the responsibility of taking care of her younger sister, a younger sister who "amnesia", "unfamiliar" and dare not face the outside world. As can be seen from the play, Feng is very, very sticky to Sakuta, and the two of them are two individuals who depend on each other. So, in fact, Sakuta's psychological growth may also be learned from taking care of her sister? Feng accompanied Sakuta through all the stories of the entire play.

In the last few episodes, Kaede wrote down his "going out" list in a notebook, and worked hard to do everything with Sakuta's company. It's touching, this kind of breakthrough in myself. But I didn't expect the knife to be behind. Sakuta woke up early in the morning, and the surroundings were very quiet. Usually Feng always wakes him up before he wakes up, but not this time. Sakuta went to her sister's room, and she heard the first sentence she said, and Feng changed back to her former sister. I feel the same as Sakuta. I felt very relieved when I first saw it. My sister's problem has finally been solved, which is gratifying. But immediately realized that the "Maple" had disappeared, the sister who had been with her for so long, from a stranger to a familiar one, disappeared. This kind of feeling is when you take something for granted, but suddenly disappear one day, not to mention this is a person, a relative with a strong sense of existence. This feeling is a bit similar to the last brooch of Stone Gate trying his best to correct the world line, only to find that the assistant who accompanied him to do all this is about to die in this world line. Feng's efforts were for Sakuta's original sister, who used Hua Feng's body to walk out of the house and return to society. She has a good relationship with her brother. She likes pandas, likes her brother, and she finally realizes the consequences of doing these things, but still does it - even if it ends up being her disappearance. Compared with several other stories, Feng's story is more moving. She was with us the longest, and she trusted Sakuta with all her heart and depended on him. She and Sakuta agreed to continue watching pandas in the future. Although she stayed at home, she was full of energy. And after she had done everything, she quietly left and disappeared. It's kind of like a camaraderie, even deeper, because she's family. In the face of the known ending, she did not turn back and chose to sacrifice herself to fulfill others.

Finally, Miss Shoko, mysterious and seemingly more mature than Sakuta. The whole drama is about Sakuta saving others, but what is Miss Shoko who saves him? What happened, curious.

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