Whoa, the main characters sure are really twisted in their own way. First, we have Yuuko, who inflicts mental and emotional torture to the guy who abandoned her since childhood. Next is Yuu, who seems to be a cold-hearted guy before, who’s now broken down and seems to be ready to kill anyone around. And Kuze, who really wants to live all along, even though how much he rejects the girl who loves him. Mizuki seems to be the most normal one, imo, she just needs love 🙂
Warning for warumwarumwarum photo spam (lots of pics btw…) Plus you’ll know why I’m having so much warumwarum today XD
Again, this episode is a mental-shaker. Also, I’m glad Nagi is getting some more screentime and we discover that she really in’t Kuze’s fiancee. Yuu became a cowardly sh*t in that sepia scene. I don’t know how to think of Yuuko anymore, since she’s the more severely twisted, yet interesting character in here. She manipulates Yuu by killing her own brother, tortures him, in which is a kind of payback for what he has done. Moving on, Kuze’s the one who’s getting a well-created monologue this time, and kudos to SHAFT bringing a haunting, yet fashionable aura to it just like the previous episode. Both scene containing the two main guys are really disturbing though (Yuu in the sepia scene and Kuze licking the pills in the shattered glasses), so warning for those who are still not watching this episode ^^.