I find lack of Utena threads here disturbing.
So, let's make one!
WTF exactly happened in the last episode? i don't get it at all.
Himemiya freed herself and became her own prince. I think.
Why did Utena disappear?
just a random thought: it may have something to do with Jury's story (boy who drowned and soon everyone forget about him)
She grew up, the school is an adolescent limbo, like neverland in peter pan but for teenagers. Everyone forgot about her because well that's what happens when someone lives school.
But Himemiya was in the same garde, and Thouga and others was even higher, how is it possible?
Or "grew up" in this context means literally "reach adulthood"?
Cancer. She died of cancer. The school is a metaphor for her last day in hospital.
Yes... That the whole point. People stay young and in the school until they reach personal revolution. The ending showed that it was a personal revolution that can't save everyone but can aspire them. Every was inspired by Utena and blackgirlfriend more then the others. Thats why she followed right after.
Utena movie lesbian luge ending made no sense except for Ikuhara saying girl love is purest love.
Why is Utena OST so god tier?
In fact you can even say that her revolution was already achieve during the badmington scene at the end. Were everyone is telling Utena how much she helped them grow.
Also Nanami best girl.
I need to see this movie..
But Utena is some heavy stuff. Way too many metaphors and themes flying your way..
And where are the high bro fags when a thread call for them? Are they still crying in a KLK thread?
Saionjii a shit
Yuri Bear PV when?
Saionji the best
Watched it lately, I was almost sure Utena will turn into a dude at the end and be together with Anthy.
They fucked it up...
Just finished last episode. So many questions...
First of all, what is the point (moral, lesson, whatever) of this anime? Everyone should become their own prince?
And also, what exactly adulthood means, according to the series? Accepting, who really you are?
>First of all, what is the point (moral, lesson, whatever) of this anime?
Don't trust anyone over thirty.
Romanticizing the past is bad.
She turns into a car.
Why the hell Himemiya stabbed Utena in the end?
>The part where Utena get stabbed in the end
>The prince jump right back on the merry go around horse as he is going to ride it
What does it mean?
The prince is fake.
Accepting that adulthood means doing things yourself, and not having them done for you (or getting saved by a prince). You make your own path.
Accepting that the adult world is cruel, not innocent. Childhood is cruel as well, but in a different way. Many adults do not have the nicest of intentions, and are not obligated to.
Accepting that, by being yourself, there will often be setbacks, and there will be those who disapprove.
Accepting that in adulthood, there will be people, things, or ideas which will prevent you from achieving your dreams.
Accepting that the world will not bend to fit your ideals.
Learning to move on from things. Sometimes, life is cruel and unfair, and there is nothing you can do about it. Don't dwell on it. Grow up and move on.
Because she hates her.
The adult world is an unforgiving
If you want things change you have to take the initiative and not just follow the set path given to you.
This isn't the fairy tale world, there are no princes and princesses, waiting for someone to save you won't work, likewise trying to save someone that isn't willing to save them self isn't going to work'. You know when utena opens the coffin and pleads to anthy to grap her hand, well utena can't save anthy unless anthy grabs her hand. The best you can do is to inspire other people by leading by example.
Coal burning slut
Go to hell, Saionji is the most loveable otaku ever.
Up until the point where Anthy grabs Utena's hand, Anthy is still working for the shit-prince and they need Utena's sword in order to break the seal that would set shit-prince free from the eternal school-limbo he's been stuck in for centuries.