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I was initially excited for this anime. I love detective animes with their own unique spins, and this anime fit into that category. Sadly, the writing was just a little too dry for me to get engaged enough to want to continue watching, but of course, I watched the whole thing anyway, because I didn't really have a choice this time.
The one thing I did really like about the anime though, was the ED and the OP, because they were really nice to listen to. As someone who plays old fiddle music, it was fun to hear old fiddle music being played throughout the show.
The art style was simplistic but pleasing.
The two main characters have an interesting relationship with interesting interactions, but it deferentially wasn't the healthiest friendship I've ever seen.
Would I recommend this anime to anyone? Going to be honest, probably not, but if you're looking for something you can just play in the background while you work on something else, then this anime is great for that, because it's slow-paced, and not too flashy. You can look away from the screen for a few seconds, and not miss anything important, and you know what? Sometimes shows like that can be good to watch.
While this is a pretty negative review, do I hate this show? No. It had its moments, and it's not intended for audiences who like flashy things, and while it was dry and long, it wasn't bad, it just failed to hook me, and I'm sure that there are people out there who would actually really enjoy this show.