Saturday, 5 April 2014

Sukitte Ii na yo (Say 'I love you') - Review

Genre: Romance / Slice of Life / Drama
No. of episodes: 13
My rate: 9/10

Life is difficult no matter what. This anime concentrates on nearly all life problems that teenagers and even younger childern and adults have. Love, friendship, popularity and appearance problems. This light, nicely designed anime, is a great representation of people who needed to handle with these pitful problems. Characters are really good but some of the times I got anoyed 'cause of their behaviour, however that's how we really behave. That's why I really liked this anime as it's TRUE concept of how we feel in daily life.

It concentrates on a quiet, lonely girl Tachigana Mei, who doesn't have any friends at all. She prefers being by herself as it will protect her from being hurt by 'friends' She doesn't belive that people aren't fake as a result of her past experiences. However she accidentally kicks the most popular boy in the school who is adored by lots of female students - Kurosawa Yamato. He then started to have interest on her and tries to be friend with Mei. Despite of this Mei doesn't know how to have a person to hang out with or to talk to therefore she slowely opens heart to other people.

Say 'I love you' Screenshot 1

Say 'I love you' Screenshot 2

Say 'I love you' Screenshot 3

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