Water is extremely versatile in the real world and the same can be said for its place in animated filmmaking. In this episode of Get In The Mecha I take a look at how anime makes use of water as a device for telling profound stories, from Attack On Titan to Heike Monogatari. I also discuss why it is worth loooking into these tools for yourself when engaging with a piece of art.

Hope you enjoy this episode!

THIS EPISODE CONTAINS A MINOR SPOILER FOR AOT S3 P2:

Timestamps (Audio Version):

0:00 – Intro

1:50 – The Iceberg

4:11 – The Great Passage

7:32 – March Comes In Like A Lion

11:57 – Attack On Titan

15:48 – Shouwa Genroku Rakugo Shinjuu

18:40 – Heike Monogatari

24:23 – ‘Over-reading’ & Intentionality

27:14 – Outro + Music Credits


Creatives Mentioned In This Episode: Shion MiuraTakuya SatoToshimasa KuroyanagiNaoyuki AsanoRyousuke NakamuraNobutaka YodaKazuya ShiotsukiHajime Isayama – (AOT S3 P2 #10 Staff: SB – Daizen Komatsuda / ED – Tetsuya WakanoShintaro ItogaTetsuro Araki) – Tokuyuki MatsutakeMamoru HatakeyamaNobukage KimuraNaoko Yamada


Music In This Episode:

Synth Wave by Alex by Alex McCulloch

Chill Wave by Alex McCulloch

On The Road Again by Alex McCulloch

Adventure Time Revised by Alex McCulloch

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