Tuesday, 20 January 2015

We Were There

I thought of skipping this anime due to lack of animation, but after reading some comments I went on with this anime. There is no anime even close to this one in terms of teen romance and problems. Most of us are in love with someone or is being loved by someone. We may have hurt them or made them happy. This anime is all that you need to know about boys or girls.
Yamo and Nanami
Bokura Ga Ita is a masterpiece when it comes to teenage romance. The anime is a 26 episode runner. There are only few animes which has reality in its scenes and those animes tend to become great hits among the intellectual group. I had to write this review no matter what, because this anime is worth it. All the animes that are being released now have supernatural elements in it and the story seems to be like another anime and have been twisted here and there. Animes which gives you the feel of flesh and blood are becoming rare and rare now. 'White Album', 'A Town Where You Live', 'Nana', 'The Eternity You Wish For' and 'White Album 2' are the only ones that I can think of with similar feel. If we remove the fantasy element then 'Spice and Wolf' is best when relations and feelings are expressed.

                   Nanami Takahashi welcomes the start of her high school life with great expectations of making as many friends as possible. There is much talk among the girls about a popular boy, Motoharu Yano, who has 2/3 of the girls in his middle school liking him. When Nanami asks Yuri Yamamoto, the girl sitting next to her, about Yano, the latter curtly replies that she dislikes him. Nanami is clueless of who Yano is until the day of the class nomination when she made a fool of herself by calling the name of her new friend wrongly. It turns out that she has actually met Yano along the corridors (unaware of his true identity) and he tricked her by providing a random name, resulting in the embarrassing incident in class. Nanami was initially mad at Yano but after a few encounters with him, she begins to find herself liking him.

                        The plot is great and never did it once compromise in the flow of the story, everything was slow and natural. There are moments when one sympathizes with with the protagonist and at other times one get up set over the protagonist in ability to get over his past. When thinking its totally natural. According to me the protagonist feels like some one real, his love was true. But a mistake in the past is pricking his conscience and he cannot forget it. Every time he loves someone the past comes before him. His belief on girls is lost. Although he love is genuine he feels that he might be betrayed at some point.

                                                        This anime ends with the protagonist going to Tokyo and promises each other to meet within 1 year. The anime didn't had a second season and probable there won't be. I had to know the rest of the story, so I did some googling to find that a light action movie is produced. The first part is same as the anime. The second part begins after 3 years of separation. And never did I once feel boring watching the entire series.

                                 I recommend that everyone must watch this anime whether they are boy or girl, or whether they are in love or not, or whether they love or hate romance genera. This anime is totally worth it. You won't find another anime with all the human emotions presented so beautifully. There is a lot to learn from this anime. Please watch this anime even if you are not an OTAKU.

PC users Click here to Watch and Download Bokura ga Ita

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Click here to Watch Movie Part I

Click here to Watch Movie Part II

I had a pretty hard time finding this movie. One of my OTAKU friend helped me. All other links are not working. Watch, enjoy and share your happiness with your friends.

Love is precious, one cannot live alone without the other half.
Try always being true when loving and don't expect when you love some one.

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