HYOUKA EPISODE 10 ANILINKZ

It is only when Oreki is able to establish his issues with each of the three detective theories that some semblance of equality is established. Oreki loses his clean win. First asking him about the creation of his mystery, she then mentions something Oreki forgot — the damn rope that Hongou had specifically asked for. And then she looks him square in the eye, and says the words everyone else has been dancing around: Those familiar rose-colored flowers dance across the screen, and the lighting shifts dramatically. This corner has become a regular thing for me.

As laid out in the previous episode, it fulfills the true job of a mystery. After some dorky moments with Satoshi and Mayaka, Oreki sets himself down to solve the mystery, accepting the weight the others have put on him. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Almost as if to say that Oreki, having defined his life as grey and courageously embracing the rose-color life, has done the very thing that Satoshi had always been afraid of doing — becoming colorless and losing all sense of himself. While Oreki can find power even in darkness, and Chitanda embodies the light, Satoshi is stranded between these poles — his brightness is an affectation, and his true desires lack conviction. But first, he ends up sharing this newfound resolve with the person most likely to be affected by it — Satoshi.

As laid out in the previous episode, it fulfills the true job of a mystery. After some dorky moments with Satoshi and Mayaka, Oreki sets himself down to solve the mystery, accepting the weight the others have put on him. This corner has become a regular thing for me.

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Those familiar rose-colored flowers dance across the screen, and the lighting shifts dramatically. The last clue is provided by Mayaka, who points out the decidedly inept filmmaking — how not only do the characters fail to sell their lines, but the dramatic pacing is totally off, and scenes are consistently shot in a lazy way that fails to provide the most relevant information. And Oreki smiles at thisand presents his answer with all the enthusiasm of a classic showman: First asking him about the creation of his mystery, she then mentions something Oreki forgot — the damn rope that Hongou had specifically asked for.

This was a very powerful scene and leap of faith for Oreki. Oreki loses his clean win.

This sort of inevitable truth in characters is a mechanic that Urobuchi uses quite often with ease, but here Hyouka pulls it off with an entirely different type of character in Oreki and it is god anilinka brilliant. When Oreki tries to interrupt, her presence practically shoves him off the screen in response.

Hyouka – Episode 10

Oreki is visually and emotionally cornered here by a much stronger predator, one who, unlike Chitanda, seems perfectly comfortable using her wealth as an extension of her own power. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to episove on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. We open with long shots down a well-to-do neighborhood and across a lengthy teahouseshots that serve a duel purpose here.

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First, they establish this place as intimidating purely through its class and wealth; second, they create an initial assumption of open space, one that is swiftly countered as we switch to Oreki and Irisu.

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And then she looks him square in the eye, and says the words hoyuka else has been dancing around: Almost as if to say that Oreki, having defined his life as grey and courageously embracing the rose-color life, has done the very thing that Satoshi had always been afraid of doing — becoming colorless and losing all sense of himself.

It is only when Oreki is able to establish his issues with each of the three detective theories that some semblance of equality is established. He has yet to find himself. But first, he ends up sharing this newfound resolve with the person most likely to be affected by it gyouka Satoshi.

Extremely brief shots of Irisu from straight-on seem to imply that Oreki has difficulty making eye contact, and closeups emphasize how imposing her presence is.

But Chitanda seems bothered by something, and Mayaka directly pulls him aside. While Oreki can find power even in darkness, and Chitanda embodies the light, Satoshi is stranded between these poles — his brightness is an affectation, and his true desires lack conviction.

Shots close in on both their facesemphasizing the rise in both tempo and intimacy as Irisu lays out her plan. And Oreki steps out into the sunlight, a lovely sequence of match cuts emphasizing his embracing of his own victory.

And so Oreki agrees to continue his investigations, and solve the case.