>today /a/'s taste wasn't complete shit
Take a look at this faggot.
Are you a fucking idiot? of course it's Kara no Kyoukai.
Obviously the spicy peppers
Edgy nasufiction only saved by animation and OST
Dumb and well-animated like Habanero, but completely unfunny
Should've been an one cour series
>Using an author as an case argument without justification
It's not even just for Nasu, that'd be a lazy argument for any situation.
Kabaneri is the most normalfag orientated of the lot.
>even THINKING about not choosing Kara no Kyoukai
You say that based on what now? Was there a normalfag survey I missed? Regardless, everything about it is mainstream as fuck, there's barely an original thought in its head.
Nice production values though.
>/a/ has good taste for once
>it tried too hard to be deep and meaningful
Rakkyo's themes and story were mostly very simple, Nasu's narrative is just excessively convoluted for what he tries to get across and that's the anime's biggest weakness as well.
It's a decently told story with strong direction atmosphere, music and mostly solid animation.
No one in the thread has claimed it's deep, and it's not.
KnK was a masterpiece faggot
Do anons here have rare posters?
Koe no Katachi's manga is a dog shit, poorly written melodrama that spoonfeeds you every detail with a shovel. The film was a Fellini story in animated form. Unapologetically realistic and cleverly understated.
>kino-oki diagetic camera to express possible unreliable narration of Ishida
>kinesthetic representation of sound to capture deaf disability portrayal through animation craftsmanship
>Steve Reich-esque rhythm, repetition and minimalism of sound (paralleled to film structure) is key to communication-language-interpretation
>intended to obtuse information and plot/character details in favor of cryptic imagery and a particular desired aesthetic and exploration of the five senses
What do you guys think of this piece of kino right here?