A Must Watch on Netflix For Anime Fans: Your Lie In April
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A Must Watch on Netflix For Anime Fans: Your Lie In April

Are you an anime fan and need a show to get addicted to? Your Lie in April is just the one for you!


Your Lie in April follows a boy named Kousei Arima who is a star pianist that falls for the star violinist, Kaori Miyazono. This show was written for a specific audience: musicians, due to some of the technical terms that most musicians identify with but not only musicians should watch this anime. This anime touches base with many emotional struggles that anyone can go through and identify with; It just happens to solely focus on the issues a musician goes through on a daily basis.

While watching it, I couldn't help but exclaim, "That is so true!" or "Ugh! Why does this always happen!?" They hit the nail on the head for a lot of things people go through such as the love of music or love in general. They continue to hit on the heavy stuff such as child abuse and sickness such as cancer. This light-hearted (dark at times) anime is perfect for an anime freak (like myself) to indulge into this summer since it's so hard to find great anime shows nowadays such as Inuyasha or Yu Yu Hakusho.

This video is a little video I made after watching the show.

DISCLAIMER: I do not know the artist of the song and the animators of the show in no way shape or form and this video was purely fan made for the entertainment of others and not for profit.


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