In order to increase birth rates, Japan implements a capability calculation that assigns partners to young people when they turn 16. Those who deviate from their assigned partners are severely punished. Yukari Nejima has been in love with Misaki Tazaki since grade school, and finally confesses to her on his 16th birthday, only to find out he has been assigned to Ririna Sanada. Originally not thrilled, Ririna agrees to allow Yukari and Misaki to continue their illicit relationship in hopes of learning more about love. Things get complicated when Love and Lies start to intersect.
Source: Sentai Filmworks
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Love And Lies
What the hell did I just watch????? That was my reaction as soon as I finished the last episode. Up to half-way I was (hopefully but, alas, wrongly) under the impression there was some kind of intricate plot still to be developed, so I was trying to guess what was REALLY going on and at the same time trying to figure out what were all the LIES the title of the anime unmistakably promised. Then at a certain point I started having the feeling that, wait a second, maybe there was REALLY nothing to it after all and there were NO lies worth mentioning. Don't get me wrong, there is a plot that gets developed. So it's not complete rubbish. But really, it's based on a premise that I find insulting to my intelligence (which should have been pretty clear just by reading the synopsis, so: my bad) and the ending is just as much an insult to the viewers' intelligence as the insane premise. My suggestion is to just steer clear of this. The characters are not only clichèd, their reactions are inconsistent and illogical. The male is the typical lead everyone falls - incomprehensibly - in love with, wishy washy and indecisive, with no back-bone and the emotional intelligence of a four-year-old. One girl is a tsundere and the other the sparkly eyed childhood love. The utter senselessness of their interactions made me blush and cringe countless times. The pacing is bad, after the first couple of episodes it gets repetitive, hence boring and slow. To summarise: terrible plot, terrible characters, ridiculous ending.
Probably the best romance anime in my opinionヽ(･ω･ゞ) (((ლ(͏ ͒ • ꈊ • ͒)ლ))) Using vivid colours throughout the anime makes your heart claim and watch the anime without distraction, (eg like ur phone) same goes to the characters, different variety of characters are introduced and own with unique characteristics, (but the main protagonist is a bit dull, no key element features like any other anime protagonist does eg big spiky hair with bright red) what makes this anime the best romance anime is that the story and the characters mix really well just like butter on toast. ^o^ ReLuNa
Love and Lies despite its not well thought-out premise started out OK. It was an easy watch, but half way thru everything started to go downhill. MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS ↓ The main character is an avarage indecisive teenager with dull personality. He's neither good looking, cute, funny nor cool in any way, yet everybody seems to be in love with him - his crush, his assigned wife and a male friend as well. The two girls instead of becoming rivals become best friends and seem to support each other. They never get angry at the lame male lead for being an ass too even though they secrety want him all to themselves. So that is the so-called "lie" which honestly just makes no sense to me. It is a love triangle where everybody's love is mutual (except for our poor gay guy) and so the anime ends on this note. Weak, weak, weak... there also were some unnecessary mysteries thrown in, one regarding the relationship between Misaki and Nisaka and one about Misaki herself why she needed to be "protected" or something along those lines. Unfortunately nobody bothered to elaborate on that. Maybe season 2 is coming, if not then there was no point touching the subject.
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