Tamayura: More Aggressive
I never really understood why this season was green-lit. I guess that’s just a personal preference of mine, but shows about girls and their daily lives don’t really interest me. You can always expect it to be a comedy misfire.
The story here is what stopped me from watching the rest. I’m not good with girly stuff. I admit that there were some funny scenes during the few episodes I’ve seen, but that, for me at least, was all there was to it.
I can only recommend this to those with a preference for slice of life shows. I love those in general, but not when it’s about teenage girls and their messed up little lives. It wouldn’t have been much of an issue if the comedy was better.
Plot Summary: For her first year of high school, Fu Sawatari moves to Takehara, a scenic old town near Hiroshima, on the Inland Sea. Her father, who has passed away, grew up in Takehara. She loves taking photographs with her father’s old film camera, a Rollei 35S. The story follows her and the friends who gather around her as she comes to love her new home. Episode 1 is a prequel to the OAV, and tells of the events between the death of Fu’s father and their move to Takehara (which is where the OAV starts).