Did just Tari Tari wow me for the first time? I almost didn’t notice that this is P.A.Works due to the lackluster performance on the visuals, but the narration and writing brought me back to my senses. Also, if you’re wondering if I would permanently covering this series; you’re completely mistaken as I’ll only cover the episodes I find notable AND interesting, although there’s a chance it might get fully-covered here.
The seamless narration of the events in this episode is gold. Despite it being a highschool club-themed slice-of-life series, I managed to comprehend the flow of the events. Lighthearted and idealistic would be the best way on how to describe this episode with some slices of life’s reality for drama and a little conflict. Character interactions are great too! There are more frienship and love between the three female main characters, but Sawa x Konatsu friendship are greater and are too powerful for me to ignore… And it’s another proof of realism in this series — these could be observed in real life bonding between two close girl friends. It’s another anime that uses realism for effectivity, eh? Also, I now understand why the set-up is made “generic” — for the viewers to be appreciate the realism and put themselves into the shoes of the characters easily. Aside from that, the direction totally makes the audience relate with the characters emotionally. This is getting me more interested! Also the voice acting, music, and singing are great! It’d be apparent nitpicking if you say that young Konatsu’s voice in the flashback wasn’t fit for the context. Speaking of the music and songs, they’re excellent and befit the choir theme. Cheery beat for the song is not only catchy but also fit the entire tone of the series!
Episode Entertainment Factor Rating (EEFR): 100/100
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