After committing a major taboo in the vampire world, Sakurako and her best friend, Komachi, are sent to live amongst the humans. Upon their arrival, Sakurako encounters Hayako, a good looking guy who is arrogant by nature and dreams of becoming a professional musician. Of course, Sakurako begins to falls for him.
Cast & Credits
The story is incredibly simple, boring, forgetable, not to mention kind of all over the place. It's as if the writer had a few ideas, but didn't bother working out the details at all. You never really learn much on the background story (but what you do learn is --snooooooooooooooore) and the "bad guy" and his little helpers are a joke and just randomly thrown in as if the writers were like "Oh yeah, totally forgot about the count, ha, well here have 2 seconds of screen time, now onto some more ZZZzzzzZZZzz!".
The worst part is the romance though, which is so forced (especially on the guy's side, it's like he suddenly switches personality after a few episodes) and ridiculously told, not to mention there's no chemistry whatsoever. Chemistry is what the characters lacked in general because the entire interaction is just so awkward and the funny scenes are mostly really cringeworthy. The dialogues are plain and empty, and not even the sad scenes were really moving. The acting is mediocre at best, none of the actors really seemed into it, but I can't blame them with the dialogues given. The low budget isn't even the problem as this could have been an okay-watch if it had been written and planned out better, but all potential basically went to waste.
Not rewatching ever, nope. Satoshi Tomiura was adorable as always though (I just felt like saying something positive).
Story: In the beginning I wasn't sure how the story would go or end up and yes it was predictable but I did like the romance plot of it. The episodes are super short so it makes for an easy watch. I was disappointed by the ending and found it a bit confusing.
Acting/Cast: I liked he entire cast and thought everyone fit and the chemistry between the 2 girls as friends were great adn the chemistry between the romantic leads were great as well. With that being said, the acting was awful. I was disapointed by Aya and Yuta who I've found charming in other roles. The breakout I would have to say was the actress that played Komachi(the other vamipire girl). She was very convincing and found her emotions to be real. I liked the supporting characters.
Music: The opening credits was too long and the song was annoyingly catchy.
Rewatch: The pacing is quick and the romance is nice so its rewatchble a long time from now if needed.
Overall, its a short love story between a vampire and a human but also a friendship story between 2 vampire girls and their adventure into the human world so if you expect anything more I'd say skip it.