what’s inside the egg?
all kinds of feelings locked inside.
then, unable to keep them locked in?
and the world that’s created then?
it is more beautiful than I ever thought.
True enough, words hurt people. If we aren’t careful, our words could kill a person or break a wall of trust. And watching Kokoro ga Sakebitagatterunda, a film produced by A-1 Pictures, directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai and written by Mari Okada, made me cry loud yet quiet that I have to cover my mouth so they don’t wake up and check on me. I hated myself for crying over this cause it shouldn’t affect me that much but I am affected, alright!
When you’ve grown to hide everything since you were a kid
If you grew up suppressing all the thoughts inside
When you learn how to smile and never talk about what’s really going on
If you never had the chance to say the things you wanted to say
When you cannot say some things inside your heart
A chatterbox whose life is wrapped in fairy tales and happily ever afters, Jun Naruse casually reveals her dad’s affair. This leads to her being blamed for their family’s broken bond and causes the manifestation of a fairy egg who seals her mouth from speaking in order to protect other people’s happy endings.
And as unexpected things always happen as much as miracles do, the voice of her soul comes out in a musical play in high school. It’s amazing what music can do–how it changes people’s behavior unconsciously. Enough spoilers, go and watch!
Thinking about it, I am now lost again.