Serial Experiments Lain [13/13] [~90MB] [720p] [Mirror/MG/Torrent] [BD] enero 06, 2017 2 Comentarios Sipnosis. Serias Experimental Lain trata sobre una chica llamada. Serial Experiments Lain is currently unavailable to stream on-demand, but may be available on Hulu with Live TV depending on regional availability. Try Live TV for free. So begins the haunting, surreal SERIAL EXPERIMENTS LAIN featuring character design by Yoshitoshi ABe and directed by Ryūtarō Nakamura. Set in Japan.
Japanese Title: Serial Experiments Lain Similar: Boogiepop Phantom Texhnolyze Ergo Proxy Watched in: Japanese & English Genre: Psychological Length: 13 episodes Positives: • Atmospheric art and sound design. • Unnerving in all the right ways. • Intriguing mystery. Negatives: • Too slow, even for a slow anime. • Stiff dialogue.
When I started anime, while Serial Experiments Lain was much talked about by core viewers, I avoided it because it looked like the edgy show for emos, or some rubbish. I don’t know how I came to that conclusion. I was an idiot teen. Telmary A Diario Rar Download more. Since I became an adult and no longer hated things I’ve never seen because of what others thought, I had added Serial Experiments Lain to watch. When a reader sent in a request (submit your ), it was the perfect excuse to bump it up the schedule. Lain is your typical introverted teen. One day, girls in her class receive an email from their classmate Chisa.
Nothing unusual. Exceeeeept for the tiny detail that Chisa killed herself recently. Endnote X7 Manual. When Lain opens the email, it takes her into the net’s social media network called the Wired, opening a new world of mystery and danger to her otherwise dreary existence. More suicides, strange men in black, and the surreal begin to warp her mind, blending the virtual with reality.
In the Wired, are they any different? Lain will soon realise she has an important role in both worlds. Most screen time focuses on the visual and audio experience to steep the viewer in the explorations of existentialism and consciousness. Lain has more experience than story, sometimes to its detriment. The director stands before a spotlight, arms raised as he yells, “More. Give her more drugs.
I want the audience to smell the psychosis!” “Um, Sir, sh—” tries the poor production assistant. “More!” The director cackles to the darkness. We need to start the next scene!” yells the assistant. “Oh, right.” The director clears his throat. I feel it could have balanced the two without weakening its core intent, the ‘experience’ moments.
As always, less is more. Some experience moments feel like tangents, irrelevant “babbling” about dementia and the mind, despite these scenes being of importance, simply because they are overdone. It’s as if while brainstorming, the team came up with several ideas on how to convey a key development of Lain’s psychology, but rather than pick the best of the pool, they threw everything on screen. One perfect moment is better than ten competing for the same objective.
The dementia sells itself, without the need to force it into every grain of the story. Few viewers will enjoy this anime. Serial Experiments Lain’s appeal is so niche it has dethroned as the most niche anime I have reviewed. Ascension complete. Art – High The tone reminds me of – never a bad thing. Lain uses visual effects such as grain, TV noise, and distortions to mess with your head.
I hate the ridiculously small mouth-to-head ratio though. Sound – High Disturbing music complements the detached, isolated tone and psychedelic audio. Sounds drop in and out of existence, or are far too loud for what they are, unnerving the audience like classic J-horror. Story – Medium A girl investigates the mysterious appearance of her dead classmate’s consciousness in the internet. Pacing and writing issues mar this otherwise good exploration of identity and existentialism. Overall Quality – Medium Recommendation: For psychology fans. Serial Experiments Lain doesn’t need the 3-episode rule.
Its style is so unique and unusual that ten minutes are enough to know if it’s for you. Find out more about the.) Awards: (hover mouse over each award to see descriptions; click award for more recipients) Positive: None Negative.
I got my hands on some DVDs of Lain from Japan (long story short - it pays to scare the hell out of your Japanese neighbours by greeting them in Japanese and then start talking some more ). I've heard that Lain was a bitch to encode (due to the crappy R1 source and what not), but at the same time it seemed like a perfect candidate for a vfr encode, so I wanted to give it a try. The source seems pretty good to me (considering this is not a new show, etc) - no haloing/whatever, but I have some serious trouble getting to deinterlace it. Here's a sample: For most of the eps, everything seems to go ok: it detects film and video sections, everything is smooth, but look at the above sample from episode 11, especially these two parts: (notice the obvious combing on the mouth) (notice the not-so-obvious combing on the mouth ) No matter what I try I can't get these two parts right. My script is pretty simple, based on the vfr examples from the tivtc documentation, NNEDI + TDeint. I've tried many options of tfm, tdeint, but to no avail If someone could point me in the right direction, (even 'RTFM for x filter' ) say if this can even be done, I'll be very grateful.