Sakura Trick thread
why is Yuu's sister such a slut?
I dunno anon, why?
There's already another thread up.
Oh my I didn't saw the lemon thread
This right here is a cult classic, a chef d'oeuvrea buried under false preconceptions and unfounded criticism. This gem is hidden because it does not shine; it is buried because its tone is that of abyssal black. Sakura Trick pries into to the darkest corners of our subconscious, the most visceral of our cognition, the most carnal of our urges, and the most primal of our instincts. Its sublimity will ever be debated yet always remain objectively irrefutable; the fundamental insight it provides into human and perhaps animalistic nature may shape the basis of sexual psychoanalysis for centuries to come.
On a superficial plane, Sakura Trick appears to be an anime which caters to the most lowly and deprived among men. Conceited critics dismiss it without a second thought. As self-important as these self-proclaimed critics are, they fail to realize that Sakura Trick is indeed a trick, and they are the ones being tricked. Sakura petals, or cherry blossoms, are commonly associated with a sense of beauty and innocence in Japanese culture. As discussed by Ango Sakaguchi in his Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita, sakura petals are often a means to enhance the atmosphere of a given scene, be it melancholic, resplendent or sensual. Used famously in 5 Centimeters per Second, the sakura petals created an immense yet artificial atmosphere which proved successful in fooling the average viewers incapable of critical analysis. What many critics fail to realize, however, is that Sakura Trick is playing them beyond this level. The entire surface layer of Sakura Trick is a euphemistic veil obfuscating the dark and uncanny subconscious that it explores; any tangible material is a metaphor for its meticulous meta-analysis of the metaphysical mentality’s pubertal metamorphosis.
>Sakura Trick is a deeply dark, psychlogical series that dares to delve deeply into the twisted desires of a group of individuals.
>Initially strangers, fate brings them together. But their passions cement their bonds, causing them to slowly walk further and further outside of the normal social boundery lines. Every episode leaves you wondering where they will stop, if indeed, such a descent can ever be stopped by anything short of death.
>The bright cheery colors represent a clear and vivid contrast with the morality breaking morass that constitutes the show's main premise.
>Sakura Trick is not a series for the faint of heart. In many respects it represents the epitome of Japanese graphic-psychological entertainment, and it has clearly distilled the essence of its spiritual predecessors such as Berserk and Gantz.
Is this actually good? Everyone keeps going on about it like its doing something right but isn't it just a bunch of girl on girl fan service?
If you like cute girls doing cute things, you should be able to enjoy it.
Sakura Trick reminds me of A-Channel, only it's not as good and has lots of lesbian fanservice.
The only real issue I have with it is that Haruka is a shitty character and she gets way too much screentime.
I'll give it a shot then
No don't, you'll summon J-List-dono.
Haruka a shit
I really like Yuu's older sister
So, does that mean it's good?
DEEN is saving anime so hard with this, and also destryoing it with Pupa. Nobody should work this hard.
I like her a lot too, but I wonder how much of that is because only her, Yuu, and Haruka get any significant focus.
I really want to the anime to be more about the other girls too.
How dare you! she's pure unlike lewd Yuu!