Ano Natsu de Matteru
Kirishima Kaito, currently in his first year of high school, holds an 8 mm camera in one hand and views the scenery around a lake through its viewfinder. But then a strange light from the sky comes down, and a blast of wind plunges him into the lake. The next time Kaito opens his eyes he's lying in bed in his own room, for some reason. The same day a red-haired girl named Takatsuki Ichika transfers into Kaito's school...
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Shimazaki Nobunaga as Kirishima Kaito, Tomatsu Haruka as Takatsuki Ichika, Tamura Yukari as Yamano Remon, Ogihara Hideki as Ishigaki Tetsurou, Asumi Kana as Kitahara Mio, Hidaka Rina as Rinon, Ishihara Kaori as Tanigawa Kanna
Surprising. Very comedic and entertaining, but not intended for a younger audience. Artistry doesn't stand out much but you feel very up-to-speed by the end of the first episode, as if you're already 3 episodes in or so. Will be watching it.
Didn't expect the direction that this took. Aliens can mess up your life quick. Verry funny and worth watching.
It's interesting ... and a bit random.
Quite reminiscent of Please Teacher we watch WAY back. Except the alien is a student instead of a teacher. It's Alien-is-my-girlfriend sitcom at it's best. Nudge nudge wink wink. It's been done before but it seems people and studios never tire of these.
standard premise, but entertaining nonetheless.
This is not too bad. The the characters are all moderately likable, and the idea that an ordinary high school boy has become entangled with some sort of ultratech is a reliable way to grab a viewer's interest. It just goes to show that schoolgirls become a lot more interesting when you find out that they are actually aliens (although D-cups and glasses definitely don't hurt).
Date Reviewed: Jan 22 2012
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