If you’re anything like me you’ve always wanted to show your support for the LGBT community. From the protection of marriage to mental health, the movement has been going on for some time now. It was not until recently that I found something that makes up for all those years of hiding in silence and is even more important.
What is the plot of the story?
The story revolves around two high school students, Yukino and Himei who are two individuals of different social classes. Both with dreams that other people find strange. One dreams of becoming an idol star, the other has a passion for music performance. They both happen to meet in high school and become friends. After some time the female Yukino begins to express her love for Him by trying to gain his affection.
Who is in the cast? What role did each character portray?
The cast includes Eva Reign, Abubakr Ali, and Christian C. Le. Each of them gave their style to the story and they all played their roles flawlessly. Eva Reign portrayed the role of the antagonist, she is a popular girl who has a crush on the male lead. She tries to discourage Himei from being friends with the heroine, Yukino. Abubakr Ali played the role of the silly best friend of Himei. He tries to be supportive when he can but is seen as a nuisance to most people around him. Christian C. Le played the role of an idol star who falls in love with our heroine, Yukino.
What are the difficulties they faced?
The biggest difficulty that the director encounters is time, and time to film a movie with such a small budget. The first few episodes are a bit slow, however, I feel that it was necessary to introduce the characters. It’s also hard to keep things simple and try to touch on all the points that should be brought up in such short films.
What are the themes?
The theme of the story is being true to yourself, even if it means being an outcast. It’s a shame that these days there are people who are discriminated against and judged for something that other people do not understand. This movie touches upon mental health and how LGBT individuals have difficulty coming to terms with their identity.
Who is the antagonist? What are its motives?
The antagonist in this story is Eva. She is a popular girl that dislikes the idea of Yukino’s relationship with Him. This causes her to try and ruin the relationship by trying to make Yukino jealous. However, at the end of the story, one can see that Eva has problems with her own identity. The climax of the story is when Yukino confronts Eva telling her bluntly that she loves Him. This causes her to realize that she has been trying to change something that is not wrong with Himei and Yukino’s relationship.
What are the epic scenes?
The most epic scene is when Yukino sings in front of an audience. The movie went up to her character being more expressive and bold. The next scene that is epic would be when Eva shows up at the school gate when Himei and Yukino are seen together. She tries to make the couple break up by preventing them from seeing each other in secret. In this scene, you can feel the sadness that Eva felt while watching the relationship fall apart around her.
Would you recommend watching this?
I would recommend this movie to anyone who doesn’t mind romance. The movie is bishounen and has cute moments the anime lovers will enjoy. My favorite part of the movie is when Himei dances with Yukino and holds on to her tightly while dancing. Thanks for reading!
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