Man, I don't know WHAT the fuck is going on.
But i'm interested.
its all explained in the end. well not EVERYTHING but some of it
After you finish it you can pretend you're an anime intellectual.
It definitely mind fucked me as a 13 year old.
Now at 25, I can say its still one of my favorites. It really was a novel idea, I have yet to finish texhnolyze though, have it ready and waiting.
En la actualidad.
Trust me you're not going to understand it all till the end. The series is quite fascinating though, the episode 9 totally took me in cause it gave me the short impression I was slowly catching the whole things.
Also Lain has a very creepy stare.
It's easier to understand the second time.
Lain is about a goddess awakening to her identity right?
That's the short version. The reasoning behind it is what tends to trip most people up.
It doesn't make a whole lot of sense but it's an interesting show.
Also incredibly pertinent for everyone on this site.
I've watched it probably 4 or 5 times now. In its entirety. And to be honest, I'm always learning new things about it. And I STILL don't know what the fuck is going on...but I love it. Yes, I understand the show, but it still catches me off guard each time I watch it.
I watched it yesterday. 13 episode marathon.
It wasn't 2deep at all. Just complicated in a good way.
EN ESTE MOMENTO
that laugh is more maniac than the original
Damn, that kid had balls to kiss Lain and pass her his gum.
A goddess that controls reality through the subconsciousness of people.
What was the point of Accela, oh wise one? Why did they spend half an episode explaining something in excruciating detail that was never raised again and has nothing to do with the story?
Lain functions from people's subconscious. Accela speeds up the brain, and thus the subconscious. The implication is that there's a link between it and Lain's emergence.
kek,not even close.
There was no greater purpose. With Accela that nigga in the club sped up his brain so much that he was able to spot that the wired was connected with the real world(vision of the real world). He freaked out because of that and killed those people. He couldn't kill Lain because he saw her as a goddess. So he decided to kill himself and,in a way,save himself.
Also, I don't remember they've spent a half of an episode to explain it. It was just that one scene.