Watching Tokikake at the cinema was ok. As you can see from the photos, it wasn’t a real big deal cinema but it worked alright. The subs weren’t digisubs (dm puts forward that they were acid-etched) and the print was kind of dirty, so it made the film look older than it actually was, especially in the scenes that lacked wacky lighting effects (which was most of the film.)

Watching it again you pick up on more of the subtleties present in the film, but aside from that it was the same as always. One other thing I did notice on this viewing was just how detailed and well done the backgrounds were. I can’t believe I didn’t notice that before.

Once I get back to my main computer, I’ll work on some fanart of Makoto’s sister :V