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The opening credits for the Japanese anime (animated) TV show Serial Experiments Lain.
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Serial Experiments Lain (stylized as serial experiments lain) is a Japanese anime television series directed by Ryūtarō Nakamura, written by Chiaki J. Konaka, and produced by Yasuyuki Ueda.
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Back in maybe 2003 or 2004 my former male classmate SS told me about and somewhat explained to me how to use mIRC.
He also recommended a science fiction cyberpunk psychological mystery anime (animated) television show called Serial Experiments Lain and several other anime.
Serial Experiments Lain was one of the first of the anime that he recommended that I ended up watching.
The opening credits and the song called Duvet by the British band Bôa immediately caught my attention.
Years later, watching and listening to the opening credits brings me back to the early 2000s, when I watched this anime and various others.
Serial Experiments Lain was a unique anime that was probably ahead of its time.
I only saw it once, so I can not remember that much of it now, but I know that it was pretty psychological and the opening credits went along with it pretty well, surprisingly.
There was maybe something about the opening credits and the show that made it a bit more distinct, and that fit with the time period and beyond.
- John Jr
2 replies on “Serial Experiments Lain Opening Credits”
Those Japanese animations are crazy…
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Hello True George,
Some of them can definitely get crazy, Serial Experiments Lain was possibly among the earliest anime of this type that I saw, but I could be wrong; it was more psychological than crazy though, something like FLCL was more crazy, but FLCL was not psychological or philosophical and it was just wacky and crazy and random.
Thank you for commenting,