Hanasakeru Seishounen 3

This episode featured one of the best directed dialog scenes this season πŸ™‚

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11 thoughts on “Hanasakeru Seishounen Episode 3: Escape

  1. O_o I still find Kajika a tad a annoying. It was a stupid thing to run off with someone you barely know and her continuous belief that Eugene is Mustafa is just so childish…well, no doubt she’s still just a spoil young rich girl who is stubborn and head strong. Li Ren is obviously having his hands full dealing with her. Nevertheless, he cares for her despite showing that cool, calm and collected exterior…although he nearly exploded with Kajika’s crazy behaviour in this episode..lol. I love Toranosuke’s train of thought every time he sees what’s going on with Li Ren and Kajika. So amusing. Eugene is supremely arrogant but I love the way Daisuke Ono voices him in this episode…he projects Eugene’s character really well here.

    Bah…there’s a lot of ground to cover and the anime is still far away from the meat of the story. We’re stuck with Eugene again in the next episode and tbh, his part of the story bores me, really. I guess as long Li Ren appears in any scene, it’s good enough for me. lol πŸ˜›

    1. Yes, Kajika is still a young and immature girl. Such a behavior is shown on purpose to contrast it with her personality development further in the story (at least I hope so πŸ˜› ).

      haha Yes, Li Ren is not amused, but he does care about Kajika πŸ™‚

      I also liked Daisuke Ono in this episode πŸ™‚

      Oh, I am sure we’ll see plenty of Li Ren throughout the series πŸ˜›

  2. I think I was also initially put off by Kajika’s crazy stunts and her unwavering conviction that Eugene is Mustafa, because it did all seem like the antics of an egoistic, spoiled rich girl who has little to no awareness of the consequences of her actions. But I guess her sunny optimism and straightforward earnestness won me over eventually? Actually, to be honest, she won me over pretty quickly. All my misgivings towards her disappeared after her speech to Eugene shown in this episode, and after her second confrontation with him, I pretty much felt like I could empathize with his feelings for her or Rumati’s, Li Ren’s, or anyone else’s for that matter. πŸ˜€ She may be childish, but she demonstrates on both occasions that she does possess a certain kind of wisdom and awareness. She may be headstrong, but she is not without compassion. And while she may be rich and spoiled, so she is used to getting her way and can be dogmatic at times, she is also completely unpretentious, so I don’t find her moments of self-righteousness too offensive.

    As for Eugene, definitely arrogant, but I like him and his arrogance a lot. Maybe because I am a cat person? Of course I liked Daisuke Ono’s performance as well. πŸ™‚

    1. That’s a nice summary πŸ™‚ Kajika is somewhat similar to Aya Endo’s previous role – I didn’t like Sheryl at all initially.

      I am a cat person as well, but I don’t like arrogant people. Daisuke Ono is good though πŸ™‚

  3. Nice, this episode keeps up with the improbable and the exaggerated !
    Police cars and helicopters. Li Ren should take a course in anger management someday. On second thought, it would spoil the fun.

    1. haha Yes, anger management course would be helpful πŸ˜› The reason why he was so worried might be because he was afraid Eugene may make Kajika commit suicide like he did with other girls.

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