Satoshi - the name or
Satoshi - the name or pseudonym of the person who created Bitcoin. Satoshi is also the smallest unit of bitcoin. It is 8 decimals. Also called sats. So if the prices rises very high, you don't want to me able to only buy one bitcoin. Easier to also state prices in many cases.
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On the penultimate video
On the penultimate video in the Hyouka analysis series, we take a look at the Valentine's Day Episode - the final instance of Track 43, and the bow on a long series of scenes featuring Houtarou and Satoshi. Episode 21 is my favorite episode from Hyouka's second half, and I'm excited to break it down - from the cinematography in the beginning to the thematic nature of the snowy bridge. We're in for a fun ride, so let's take a look at the truth behind Satoshi.
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Been waiting for this. Now to the last episode i guess. Replay value deserves a lot more subs. Good job as usual.
Satoshi's just a loser character. Lel
Loved the Blaze it text at 4:53. That's a nice touch to an already amazing video.
My favorite moment is at the end when Hotarou decides to eat the chocolate his sister gave him after kicking it previously during the beginning of the episode. It shows he learned from the experience how your own actions can hurt the people you care about.
1-To my understanding episode 21, Satoshi pretty much say no to Mayaka.
2-To my understanding episode 22, Eroki mysteriously say yes to Rose coloured life. That does mean that he want a future with chitanda. This is confirmed by last phrase in hyouka said by chitanda, "no it is spring" and eroki smile in the end indicate a big #Yes you are right Chitanda I don't want grey life anymore I want to be with you.
Paprika, Satoshi Kon's
Paprika, Satoshi Kon's last film, introduces us to a psychedelic and surreal interpretation of the dreaming mind, but are these unconscious visions the only dreams it explores? This analysis focuses on what Paprika might have to say about our aspirational desires, and why we might fear them as much as we desire them.
Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoyed this video essay!
If you have any thoughts on the ideas in this video, or just your interpretation of the film in general, please leave them down in the comments. :)
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Is the dubbed version any good? Saw the subbed version and really liked it. Your analysis was fantastic!
"And hopefully whenever we chose or have chosen, our future can be informed, instead of controlled, by our past."
Love that quote!
A lot of wasted time overanalyzing a very TRASH film. Totally NONSENSICAL and full of plot holes. Its really only enjoyable to artsy people. And plz dont say cliche shit like, "Its cause u didnt get it." Thats a cop out. Someone tell me, what the point was? I mean, are we all just supposed to go, "Man thats so deep" by the end of the pretentiousness? I hated this film. Id rather comb my underarm hair with a fork to kill time than to watch 30 min of this time wasting film. Garbage.
Brilliant analysis that somehow umbrellas many people's interpretations. Your writing was so dense and nuanced I felt like I was reading Hegel. So good.
Great analysis. Inspired me to rewatch the film. Thanks. New subscriber :)