I WANT IT
We’re looking at you, 1000notes.com.
This was one of the most impactful moment of this movie, at least for me, because it showed that Guy didn’t actually know any more than the others about science, nature, and all that. He was just like them - acting off what he knew and thought to be true. He literally thought TOMORROW WAS A PLACE. He wasn’t being poetic when he said “ride the sun to tomorrow;” he was being literal. And that was when I realized the true message of the movie. It wasn’t that you need to get with the times and that young people have it all together. It wasn’t that at all. The message was this:
To not be afraid of the dark and to follow the light because there is ALWAYS hope. Even when the world seems to be ending, there is still hope because beyond the dust and smoke and clouds that obstruct it, the light is still shining.
if you don’t like these you can just go away from me for a few mins lol
Free! Names and Meanings
Guys! I was researching Japanese names are their meanings and look what I found:
Haruka: far off, distant
Rin: dignified, severe, cold
No like I believe this is basically what the show is trying to fix within it’s characters
Haru who was distant…
was taught to reach out to the people he cared about
Rin who was too dignified and cold
learned to acknowledge and amend for his mistakes
Makoto who is always ever so self sacrificing, always trying to be strong to the point of hiding everything if it meant the happiness of others or simply avoid any trouble just because of his ‘selfishness’
learned that it’s ok to be weak, to be TRUE TO ONES SELF, to stop pretending and actually say what he truely feels
Rei who only saw the beauty in for what it looked like
saw BEAUTY for what it felt like. That there are other things that make sports beautiful: Camaraderie, teamwork, trust…Friendship
and last but not the least
which translates to seashore…
Nagisa who is always so bubbly and cheerful actually has this insecure side.
At first glance, the seashore would look like the boundery between land and sea. But when you look at it in a different angle, it is actually ‘where the land and the sea meet’
Despite the age gap and his inner insecurities, Nagisa was able to prove to himself that he can do what others can if he puts his mind to it. That his age or anything else is no handicap but more of a bigger driving force for him to do his best.
This show is more than just muscles and torsos and fangasms
Free! taught me how to actually make myself a better person