Tatsuhiro completes his chase to stop Misaki from committing suicide at the cliff where her mother killed herself years earlier. On the outlook of the cliff, in the snow, Misaki attempts suicide only...
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A high school student who cares little about school or others meets a lonely girl who had to repeat a year while all her friends finished high school. He decides to hang out with her and soon meets more friendly students.
This anime is about an N.H.K. (essentially a shut-in with a computer) who meets a girl named Misaki, who for reasons that only become evident much later tries to help him by having meetings in a local park at night. In order for Sato (everyone but his mom calls him by his last name)to get Misaki to leave him alone he and the next door neighbor, a former classmate named Yamazaki who is obsessed with manga and games,devise a gal game of their own. Slowly, Sato has more contact with others. Although meant to be a black comedy at times, it takes the characters seriously and treats the notion of a shut-in fairly seriously. Yes, Sato is seen as a loser, but the story doesn't wholly insult him for that. I recommend this because in its sometimes manic progression of ideas, you want to see everyone happier. Not for children, but the profanity is not too harsh. Give it a try.
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