A prominent Japanese film critic who watched anime today concluded that a character’s wobbly breasts are an incurable disease. Let’s see how this story ends in the next article.
Who is Kei Onodera?
Kei Onodera is a famous Japanese film critic. He often shares his personal views on domestic films and many international films. Recently, Kei Onodera has been very interested in anime and has made many controversial remarks.
In October 2022, Kei Onodera commented that the current anime female characters are too bad and outdated. His views have gained a lot of consensus, but they have also been criticized by many fans.
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Japanese film critics criticize Shake 1 in anime as an incurable disease
Recently, Kei Onodera made another controversial statement on the “target” of the female character Douyin 1. In his opinion, tremors were incurable, and he wasn’t alone. Many Japanese artists complain that these are requested by men to “improve the quality of anime” rather than to convey the story to the audience.
I see a lot of female anime artists complaining about male artists putting hot scenes in anime without their consent. Some guys find it cool, but for women, they find it uncomfortable.
Through the above sharing, we can understand that the incurable diseases mentioned by Kei Onodera include the toxicity in the working environment of artists. He believes that the current studio needs to have an equal consensus between men and women, rather than perpetuating the “tradition” of attracting female characters.
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totally agree. So far my passion for watching anime is serious, just waiting for someone to talk about my breasts, anime stuff is crazy, but boob lovers are like 2 hot air balloons to get fans.
Real breasts bouncing like in the anime become loofahs.
Ecchi is fun to watch in moderation, but too much can be nauseating.
There must be a limit to everything, too much will be bad.
If you don’t read it, you will have a lot of opinions**.
In Onodera’s view, the above-mentioned imposed work mentality will determine the content that producers bring to the audience, and in the long run, it will only create “boiling” movie audiences in the animation industry and among the people. And you, what do you think? Please leave a comment so we can chat.
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