There's nothing like a sad scene to make you emotionally invested in an anime. These emotional moments may also compel you to throw your computer out the window, tears streaming as you yell at the series for making you experience actual feelings. Naturally, the saddest anime scenes often revolve around the most poignant anime deaths. For example, Maes Hughes's funeral in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is one of those sequences seared into your mind forever.
Seita Is Too Late To Save Setsuko In 'Grave Of The Fireflies'
The whole movie is great, but speaking from experience, the first ten minutes will be more than enough to get the tears flowing. Up begins with protagonist Carl—then a shy young boy—having an unexpected and life-changing encounter with Ellie, a joyful little girl who eagerly inducts him into a club of two. Ellie talks a mile a minute about her dream of living in South America, about her favorite explorer, about balloons.
Kayo Realizes What She's Been Missing In 'ERASED'
A live action film adaptation was released in starring Mikako Tabe and Haruma Miura. The story takes place in Hokkaido. However, despite her ominous appearance, she is actually a sweet and unassuming girl who only longs to be helpful; she has been shunned for so long that the idea of making friends has become foreign to her. When a boy, the popular boy Kazehaya, begins talking with her, everything changes. She finds herself in a new world, making new friends and talking to different people, and she can't thank Kazehaya enough for giving her these opportunities.
The tearjerker draws to a close in the final season of this drama-filled classic. Nicky and Steve look back on the characters, warts and all, to reveal the deep bonds of family and how to overcome those bonds when they turn into chains. This series is streaming on Funimation. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the participants in this chatlog are not the views of Anime News Network. The recent anime has not held back any punches when it comes to the sorrow or the warmth contained in this beloved drama. A perfect way to stoke your unused tear ducts!