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.
As brilliantly put by Charles Baudelaire, “La sexualité est le lyrisme des masses.” In Ulysses, James Joyce subverts gender conceptions by deconstructing sexual stereotypes; in Lolita, Vladimir Nobakov delves into the abnormal subconscious perversion of paedophilia; in Doctor Glas, Hjalmar Soderberg studies sexual catharsis through murder; in Aquarion EVOL, Shoji Kawamori studies the manifestation of repressed sexuality as love. Time and again, great thinkers have demonstrated the immense potential of sexual psychoanalysis in narrative form.
>actually linking to the mal review
You dun fucked up man.
Sakura Trick a shit
I like Sakura Trick in a completely non-sexual way. I just think they're cute and entertaining to watch, and I wouldn't fap to them.
Stay mad, fag.
What the actual fuck am I even reading?
>Aquarion EVOL, Shoji Kawamori studies the manifestation of repressed sexuality as love.
>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.
That's an impressive number of words that, when strung together like that, don't mean anything at all.
So does he like Sakura Trick or what? This is confusing.
Actually Aquarion is all about heterosexuality being wrong and/or deviant (bestiality) and homosexuality being the purest form of love.
Meta threads are the worst.
Can any child prodigy NEET please explain what the fuck any of this is even supposed to mean?
To be honest, I don't think they know what most of those words actually mean.
tldr: underneath the fanservice is a story about girls puberty
tl;dr You just enjoy anime girls munching each others' carpets under the pretense of "cute girls doing cute things" shows like Sakura Trick
Get some taste, losers