Yuuta has just left his beloved sister behind to attend St Alfonso Academy: a secretive facility located on a small island in the Atlantic Ocean. There, cut off from the outside world, Yuuta cohabitates with five lovely "Marginal Princes": student representative Joshua Grant, movie star Alfred "Red" Visconti, otaku Sylvain Clark, bespectacled Haruya Kobayashi, and Henri-Hughes de Saint Germaine. Through classes, investigations, and musical numbers galore, Yuuta will experience the life of a student alongside his handsome friends.
The reason it received the score that it did is because I simply did not understand this anime at all. I can't even remember what happens in it, can you even call it a shounen ai because when I watched it, I thought there were no elements in there that would make it a shounen ai, but that's just me. If you read this review before watching it, I recommend that you watch it so that you can understand it for yourself because, as I previously stated, I am simply baffled, which is why this review isn't very long; I just don't know what to write about it. Whether you watch it or not is up to you and whether afte you watch it and dont agree with what I said then wrote your own because I seem to be the only the one that has wrote one.
Not bad but not great either. Not sure why it's listed as Shounen-ai at all. Characters had good back stories and I liked that but there was no real plot except a new guy in an all boys school. Not bad to watch when you just have time to kill but that's all. Animation was decent for 2006 I guess. I just watched it bc I love BL but there wasn't much of that either. It has room for growth for sure.
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