A very poignant episode. What I've loved about this series is that it assumes intelligence on the part of the viewer. The ideas and themes are presented, but there's a gap between what's on the screen and what's actually going on. A lot of people complain about the lack of realistic emotion, but that's not what the show's about. You should, while watching Fractale, be considering the implications of the character interactions based on the pattern of the world they live in. What do these characters represent? What ideas, technologies, or concepts from our time and our world do they evolve from? How different are our current online social interactions from those presented here?
Episode six was especially good in my opinion. A well told story with a lot going on in it. Its ending is too good to spoil, but it's also very sad in its own way.
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