Although I like to call this animated death table tennis, in fact it should be called "Death Parade"
Is there really heaven or hell in this world? If so, who will decide what kind of people are eligible to go to heaven, and what kind of sins will go to hell? "Death Parade" brings a new answer to this question.
"Mortal, since your body is stiff, your brain stops working From that moment, you have broken away from the worldly stereotypes and stepped into the last stop of your journey. This is "Quindecim", your final stage. You will bring your own personality and the commonality of being a human being. Here is your final performance. The performance may be endlessWishful, but the decision is yours. Heaven or hell, tolerance or narrow-mindedness, impulse or restraint, all depend on one thought. "
After reading some of the students above, they will ask: "Teacher, can you speak human words?" "
Ahem, this anime is derived from an original animation adapted from "Death Billiards" that was released in the "Animation Future Plan" as early as 2013. In 2015 The TV version of the animated series has 12 episodes.
I don’t know the ratings of this anime, in short, it’s not very high. But the friends who have watched it have given “super good-looking” and “conscience fan” evaluations. I have never been stuck with the definition of a good animeBased on its funding and ratings, which singers the production team invited to sing OP and ED, and which CVs were invited to do the dubbing. Compared with these, I care more about whether the plot of an anime is intriguing enough and enough to open up my mind. Whether the visual presentation of the animation itself is expressive enough, and whether it can more clearly convey the central idea that the author wants to express. Of course, I also like the hot-blooded fan, like the scenes such as Sakura Manji drawing the sword and the divine comedy in "The Crown of Sin"... But in comparison, the worldview of most hot-blooded anime is too simple. Most of the ups and downs of the protagonist rely on the protagonist's lines, playing interludes, and the routine of coming to an end to lead the viewer's inner fluctuations. Although we were shocked by it, but moved by it, we still couldn't substitute ourselves. If you cannot bring yourself in, there is no extra thinking.
Let’s talk about the views on the animation category first. After all, everyone knows how to define the quality of animation.In one stroke, I can't represent anyone.
At the beginning of this article, I proposed a concept of heaven and hell. If after you die, you are put to a test of human nature to decide whether you will go to heaven or hell, are you sure to go to the heaven you dream of?
In "Death Parade," people will Losing this memory of his death means that he can't remember how he died. It will then be sent to a place officially called the "Soul Judgment Office". The adjudication office is like a building with more than one floor. Among them, our protagonist is the adjudicator "Queen De Kim" on the 15th floor, and the adjudication venue is the bar named after him.
Since you have lost the memory of your own death, you do not know the fact that you have died. When you walk into the bar, you see Dekim, who looks like the bartender, nods to you friendly and greets you, "Welcome to Quindecim, please come and sit here." Anyone would think that they are just walking into an ordinary bar. Right. I also believe that after looking for no exit from the left and right, anyone would sit down and drink a drink while listening to Dakim's words. No matter how the new faces behave each time, whether they are flustered or calm, Dakim is always expressionless, looking through life and death.
Dekim is both the arbiter and the leader of the game In the game, he needs to make some detailsIntervene, let the dead participate in the game without knowing it, and then further induce the nature of the dead. In the end, it was discovered that the deceased's character became ugly because of the deep depravity, so he had to fall into hell and turn into nothingness; he was still full of hope and gratitude for the world and reincarnated in heaven and returned to the world.
"Death Parade", also known as "Game of Death", is not only a game, it naturally requires an opponent. Therefore, each ruling is basically a pair of two. There are also two people in individual groups, who are bound to some degree of death. But even though it is a game, there is no winning or losing at the end of each game. Because even if you win the game, you may not be able to ascend and reincarnate as you wish, and if you lose the game, you may not necessarily fall into nothingness. From the adjudicator's point of view, everything is just a performance, but this performance encompasses your life. It is the epitome of your various reactions in the face of all good times and adversities in the world. You cannot deceive the adjudicator, even if youIf he guessed his intention, he would never guess his end.