In "Your Lie in April", about the story of Tsubaki Sawabe and Kosei Arima, the childhood sweethearts, where should we start? After rewatching the entire animation and reviewing the various clips and conversations of the two from childhood to adulthood, I think it's better to start with a tiny sneeze. This episode about sneezing happens at the end of the story. With the encouragement of Kaoru Miyazono, Kosei stepped onto the stage of the long-lost competition. The familiar and unfamiliar piano appeared in front of his eyes again, and at this time, Gongsheng was completely filled with fear - he was afraid that his performance would once again take the life of the one he loved.
Hands full of blood cannot be placed on the piano. Kosei, who was on the verge of collapse, was about to have a desperate ending on the stage again. At photo background removing this moment, a sneeze came from the venue, and it was Tsubaki's sneeze. This sneeze had no special meaning, it was just Tsubaki who had a cold and couldn't help sneezing in the quiet venue. However, this meaningless sneeze awakened Kosei, who was almost overwhelmed by fear. After hearing this sneeze, Gongsheng raised his head, no longer covered his face with his hands, but began to look around the audience.
"Tsubaki...she's here." Gongsheng muttered in his heart as he looked at every face under the stage at the same time. He understood the fact that at this moment, everyone was watching him, expecting him to play. Gongsheng finally raised his head, smiled slightly, and began to play. 1_b9_pgkHLzT0pob6ZKFrTNg "Your Lie in April" stills, released by Purwell International Gongsheng was able to cheer up and play the piano on the stage, first of all because he remembered the encouragement Kaoru had given him. Kaoru once said that they are all people who belong to music and were born in the world for the moment of playing. Since s