WHY DOES THAT ENDING HURT SO MUCH!
It was boring yet realistic depiction of what you should do in that situation. No fantasy bullshit, no happy endings, just move on.
I hated it, it was lame but I can appreciate what it tried to do and it did it very well. I guess the scene emotionally hit those who deep down feel the need to move on but can't.
fuck the ending.
pic rel is where it hurts
The fuck. The ending was bitter sweet. The guy clearly made the best decision of his life. He hated his job, things didn't go well with his current gf and hasn't yet let go of the past. But that changed. You should be happy for him.
I wouldn't mind the sad ending, if they gave us a good reason as to why they couldn't stay in touch, but it was literally just MC being a giant pussy bitch and not calling her or sending messages.
Clearly, she wasn't that important to him, and neither was him to her.
That i can understand, but the idea is that he wasn't making an effort, he typed messages, but never sent then, as if he was scared of the result.
It just feels kinda insulting to me of a reason, since my sister and her husband both had to go long distance for a good 4 years, but they never stopped calling each other, and now they're together.
If he was THAT hung up over her, he could have made a bigger effort instead of being scared of sending messages.
It doesn't if you read the manga, like you're supposed to. I have no idea why they didn't animate the real ending. It would have so much of a heavier impact. But I suppose the movie would be too 'mature' if they'd included it.
Because you wanted to have an "anime-like" story just once in your life but in reality, a really normal problem with a simple solution.
Stop projecting so hard.
The part that the movie didn't cover.
The Poem of the Sky and the Sea.
The only part that really matters, in the end.