Genres: Mystery, Psychological
Premiered: Fall 2015
In a research facility hidden away on a remote island, genius programmer Shiki Magata has lived as a recluse for years. She rarely sees guests, but associate professor Souhei Saikawa and university student Moe Nishinosono still seek her out. However, their meeting is cut short when they are caught up in a locked-room murder mystery.
Everything is not as it seems, and many secrets are hidden. Within an isolated facility, a seemingly impossible and gruesome crime takes place, and Saikawa and Moe must unravel the truth behind the murder and Magata’s shrouded past.
[Written by MAL Rewrite]
Subete ga F Ni Naru also known as the perfect insider is an 11-episode anime that debuted in the Fall of 2015. I remember this anime well because it was later adapted into a drama, which I completely adore, despite the fact that the anime and the drama have significant differences.
This anime follows university student Moe Nishinosono and professor Shouhei Saikawa as they meet Magata Shiki, a genius programmer, but when things go wrong, they are trapped inside a facility where a locked room murder mystery takes place right in front of their eyes
If you first see this anime, it tends to be absolutely black and white, with no hidden agendas. It concentrates on a single subject and remains with it until the end. There aren’t many actors, so it’s perfect for an 11-episode series.
I love Kana boom’s opening song, and A-1 Pictures’ visuals, and as much as I have to admit it’s really black and white on the outside, once you start watching you don’t see much change, but once you go inside there’s no turning back from the attention to detail!
Even before you start watching the episode, the main plot is revealed in the synopsis: Our two main characters are stuck in the facility and must solve a murder, which is what makes this anime so interesting since there aren’t many animes like it, though there are some that are close, such as Beautiful Bones -Sakurako’s Investigation and UN-GO.
The characters in this anime are not complex, but they are well thought out. This is true for Magata Shiki and Souhei Saikawa, but not for Moe Nishinosono. I thought she was brattish, immature, and conceited, and I still do, and I wonder why the maker of ‘Novel’ created her this way, and I still wonder why to this day, maybe because she didn’t have the upbringing that a normal person would have, as you can see in the first and second episode.
As for our Professor Saikawa he is very simple to figure out, I do wonder sometimes how he managed to get a job at the university when he obviously doesnt know how to talk to people and wears ridicilous t-shits that a real professor in the real world would wear, but who knows what the Japanese actually allow?
Another strange thing about the man is he sincronises his watch to the hour, this is still left unknown to this day while that ritual was so important.
From the very start it is blatany obvious that Nishinosono likes Saikawa but she cant get the hint that hes just not interested and I HATE characters like that.
As much as I can talk about these two all day, there is just someone that is even more interesting but she doesn’t get much screen time, mainly because in the image above, she’s dead (DUN DUN DUN!!)
This scene freaked me the fuck out, you just see nothing in her eyes and the way shes presented is just dam right criminal, but when there’s only a limited ammount of suspects who do you suspect the criminal to be?
or are other forces at work behind the scenes…
You will just have to watch to find out!