Nagisa Furukawa was a sweet, shy, and joyful girl. The Japanese animation starts off with Nagisa as a high school student. Her soul was intertwined and connected to the town she was living in. If the town’s condition deteriorates, Nagisa deteriorates as well. Now the time has come and the town is starting to deteriorate. Nagisa’s health became unstable, yet she insists to keep attending class. Later on, she meets her future husband and a few other friends in school as the story progresses. Moving onto season two, she got married and became pregnant with her first child. Despite the hazardous health conditions that came along with the pregnancy, she still wanted to keep the child. Unfortunately, she dies with a smile right after giving birth to the child. Nagisa Furukawa’s death ripped the hearts of the audience and the characters within the animation because the death was too unexpected; thus, portraying that people underestimate death and should appreciate life more often.
At Nagisa’s moment of death, her husband felt like he lost his whole world even though she was...
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