Amagi Brilliant Park: ‘I didn’t want to do it as a movie’
In the wake of the release of Amagi, I sat in my living room with a glass of wine and an ice-cream cone in my hand.
I was sitting on a couch watching a rerun of the opening credits from the original series.
I hadn’t seen the show for years, and now I wanted to watch it again.
I don’t know if I was happy or sad.
I think I was sad.
I’m a huge fan of Amagis first season, and a huge amount of the show is based around the story of a woman named Iris, a.k.a.
Iris has a very special place in my heart.
The character I loved in the show was a strong, confident woman, and in that respect, she was pretty much a perfect match for Rosa in the series.
The two bonded and were a great team.
So, I thought it was a good idea to try and recreate the same love and bond between Iris and Rosa as they were on the show.
The only difference was that Rosa was younger.
I thought that would be a fun challenge for the showrunners to figure out what made her different from Iris.
So I went in with a certain idea in mind: How would Iris react to being a bit older?
What was I thinking?
Was this something that the writers would want to explore in some way?
I knew it would be hard, because the show had a lot of characters who were older.
But I thought maybe if we didn’t change anything, if we could make Iris like a normal human being, the show would work.
But, I wasn’t expecting a lot.
I thought it would take an hour or so to get to Rosa’s younger self.
I assumed that she would be much more accepting of her own age and that it would make her less bitter.
I also assumed that there would be some sort of relationship there.
But then I watched the episode and it was the opposite.
The showrunners made her seem so young, that it really made her feel like she was a grown-up.
I felt so guilty.
I wanted her to feel like an older person.
I wasn, like, “What are you trying to do?
You’re making a big deal out of this?”
When the show came back, I went back to the house and I was in my kitchen, and I just sat down and started writing this song, “Love Me Now”.
I knew I had to have this song to represent Rosa, because I wanted the show to have a different vibe than the show that came before.
I just felt that I had this song and I had nothing to lose.
So the song was written in the same way that it was in the pilot.
But the way that I put it in the song is, “I know that this song is about love.
I know that I can feel it.”
I was feeling it.
I’m a very big Rosa fan, so I thought I would try to recreate that feeling.
I didn’t really expect it to be that big.
I did know that if we did a remake, it would probably take more time than the original show did to make the same episode.
But it was worth the wait, and the fact that I made it was something that I’m very happy about.
It was a very different experience from the one that the first season had.
Rosas younger self was much less self-absorbed and selfish.
And I was the only character in the first episode that felt the way she did, which was very different from the way Rosas self-esteem is depicted in the episode.
The first episode was about this young girl that had a problem with her own weight and was obsessed with her weight.
She was just not ready for adulthood.
She didn’t even know what she wanted to be.
I really wanted her character to have that same kind of self-doubt, and it really helped to make her more relatable.
It’s interesting because we’re talking about a show where the female lead is young and not a lot is said about Rosas actual age.
We’re not talking about her childhood.
We are talking about what her childhood was like.
I have a lot to say about that.
I had always been a big fan of the characters in the original Amagi.
But, the character in this first episode, Rosa feels very young.
So it was interesting to see what was happening.
It was very exciting to see her as a younger person.
She’s kind of coming out of the bubble of her childhood, but she’s very confident about that because she knows she can do this.
She has a strong sense of self and confidence, and she’s willing to go against the grain.
She is the most relatable, most rela-able character on the entire series.
The second episode is about the first woman in the world