You know I will fully agree with you on this statement.
I disagree, I think everyone gives up during hard times, even if it is for a split second. I use to run XC in high school and remember I always gave up during the race. It is hard to maintain at an even keel for a long time. However, I would eventually tell myself, "What are you doing, and I would get stronger." I did this every race, even my best races. When you give up on something important, something starts eating away at you and you realize how important it was to you. You become stronger, because now you want it more than ever. People may be different than me, but this is how my brain functions. I may have my momentary lapses, but if it is important, things will come back together at the end.pwner4once wrote: killer.... a true warrior never give up!
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I love your insight. It certainly turns things on it's head. I love it, and I think you have a great point herebelleza wrote:Okey-dokey. Just finished Episode 6. I think this is my favorite episode of the series so far.
What I love about junai is its sense of fate -- the uncertain knots, suffocating effect of time, and deathless, lifeless memories. Whether the lovers have a happy or sad ending, the emotional force runs an eternal cycle of things bigger than the lovers that makes us so sensitive to them, even if they themselves cannot see outside the predicament of their pure love. I felt like, finally with Episodes 5 and 6, ProDai has started to find its stride as a junai story.
II rewatched some of the scenes from the earlier episodes, and I honestly think that's the "twist" in the story. Watch Rei carefully through the first 5 episodes; watch the messages she's trying to give Ken; finally watch what Eri has been trying to saying to her. The Angel is waxing ironic.I love your insight. It certainly turns things on it's head. I love it, and I think you have a great point here
haha. i totally agree with you on that.belleza wrote:
I kind of thought about that too because in the first ep. the fairy was also talking about Rei's feelings. I don't think she regrets marrying Tada-san but more towards her relationship w/ Ken, which never had a chance. And now that you've mentioned it, it does seem like her expressions do get sadder at the end. I still think Ken is #1 in her heart and she's settling for Tada-san. If everyone could be straightforward with their feelings things would be less complicated , but then again, we wouldn't have a drama to watch if that happened. From this pt. on I have no idea what's going to happen All these predictions are really good and some are really plausible.belleza wrote:II rewatched some of the scenes from the earlier episodes, and I honestly think that's the "twist" in the story. Watch Rei carefully through the first 5 episodes; watch the messages she's trying to give Ken; finally watch what Eri has been trying to saying to her. The Angel is waxing ironic.I love your insight. It certainly turns things on it's head. I love it, and I think you have a great point here
I don't think she regrets marrying Tada-san but more towards her relationship w/ Ken, which never had a chance. And now that you've mentioned it, it does seem like her expressions do get sadder at the end. I still think Ken is #1 in her heart and she's settling for Tada-san.
is talking about Rei, but I'm not so sure
I don't speak Japanese nor am I learning Japanese, but watching these things without subtitles is making me understand certain phrases or nuances. It helps that Proposal Daisakusen has excellent actors that can portray and spotlight an emotion. I wish the Chinese dramas were as well done. I *am* learning Chinese. And the characters in the Chinese dramas are pretty wooden as well as the dialogue is very simple. The only exception that I've seen is that I do like Devil Beside You, but I can't say that there is any subtlety there --the acting is a bit ...exuberant and over the top.GoddessCarlie wrote:You should watch it Gorahgurl in RAW. I'm learning Japanese too, and I find watching it in raw a fantastic experience. You can concentrate so much more on what is being said. After wards (when the soft subs are released) I re watched and I'm surprised so much that I often understood some what what was being said...
That being said, thanks lunargen for the subs!
I'd have to disagree, I really like the song and it's performed quite tastefully fitting the romantic atmosphere.T-chan wrote:Yeah, that's true... all those moments are special. Aww... but no matter what, this show is climbing up the ladder of my fav. list! Cause... because! I thikn that the only thing that really annoys me with the show is the corny ending. I DON'T like that middle-aged man with his guitar, standing there and thinking he's cool. It breaks my mood at once! *big sigh*
Anyone else had that feeling?
THANKS!!! that makes a lot of sense!!! I feel better now. I just saw that ep 7 soft subs are posted so I am downloading the RAW right now. Hontou ni arigatou!!!fastat3m wrote:spokeydokey00 wrote:I'm a little confused. I'm watching the [love song] hardsubbed versions so I have only watched up to ep 6. here is my question and ill make it hidden for those who aren't up to ep 6 yet:
Check out my post way back on page 43. I touched upon the exact same point. Let me know what you think.Lockewinter wrote:I don't think there's a way to prevent tons of plot holes from appearing in a time travel plot anyway. Rather than science fiction, I like it when it is considered more of an element of fantasy, like dragons or fairies, to be accepted for what it is. Otherwise, every treatment would be bogged down with endless discussion of the mind-melting nature of time travel. I think its best to just let the writers decide how much and in what way they want to treat the concept in each case. I think it is an appropriate and excellent choice to make a fairy the conductor of the time travel mechanism in this one for that very purpose of separating the idea from any kind consistent reality.
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