2.115 out of 5 from 748 votes
Love can be found in a variety of places, including an ordinary classroom. For one young woman, confessing to her handsome classmate will be a feat of epic proportions! With one hand written letter, she gathers the courage to finally break the news, but has no idea her work of art will touch the heart of a special child, as well. Will the young man return her affections, or is she doomed to the life of a bachelorette?
In Debut, each standalone episode revolves around a group of friends: Aki, Saori, and Itou. First, shy Aki falls for the cute Burger Joe employee... but does he like her back? Also, the girls reunite 10 years after burying a time capsule at the local elementary school. However, the capsule contains not three, but four boxes! Who is the fourth person? Only time and reminiscence will tell...
Both of these anime feature a girl who falls in love with a boy and tries to show him her feelings. The main characters are very similar as well, in that both girls have dreams of the future. The animes show some imbalance concerning the flow of the story, but if you like one, you'll probably like the other.
Fumiko, a timid school girl, shyly confesses her feelings for a boy named Takeshi. But rather than return the sentiments, he apologetically explains he needs to focus on baseball instead! Crying and embarrassed, Fumiko runs away down a hill – but she goes so fast, she can’t stop!
In a cafe, people spend their time talking to each other about what’s on their mind. They talk about troubles with love, spread gossip about a friend of a friend and tell about the time they saw a flying fish. The waitress of the cafe tries to teach a lesson to a boy that just broke up with his girlfriend that relationships don’t end when the people involved part ways. Overall, the other people in the cafe also become influenced by what tools of humanity and the human language can do for relationships between lovers and friends. The unbelievable is always tested by science and our own imaginations...
These two little shorts have a similar sort of thoughtful animation style that makes the lack of solid plot forgivable. They're very short so if you enjoyed watching one then give the other a try.