Kurahara Kakeru, a rural student who first went to college in the province, accidentally lost himself in a casino and lost his wallet to mahjong. Hungry, he steals food from a convenience store. Just when he was fleeing in the middle of the night, someone caught up with Kakeru on the bicycle, while laughing and excitedly asked, “Do you like to run?”. Half voluntarily, half forced, they are together, towards the sky to the sky. The largest relay competition at the beginning of the year for undergraduate students, Hakone Ekiden, is aimed at the most dangerous mountain in the world!
The story of a young man who wants to take part in a running contest and plays tricks and fattening. This is a movie that makes us up and down with many emotions, sometimes sadness and laughter. It brings us back to a time of ambition when no one is charging taxes for their dreams of reaching their peak. Moreover, when watching, you can watch the beautiful boys show themselves in their racing uniforms and measure them with each breath on the run.
Also a work from I.G Production, many viewers have to say how to make the image look like Haikyuu !! So. Indeed, while the content of the two anime series are completely different, there are certain similarities in the drawing and character creation. For example, Kurahara Kakeru looked surprisingly like Kageyama Tobio. The only difference is the nape of the hair and eyes. Regardless of the visuals, the highlight of Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru is the depiction of teamwork in a sport that seems to belong to individuals such as athletics. In addition, small stories in the personal life of each character are also very clearly depicted. Although sometimes only fleeting two or three flashback frames, but very deep deposition. As sweat drops follow Kiyose’s pain during the course of physical therapy. Like the lonely past and obsessive past always tormented a Kakeru outward appearance seemed very docile. Like the worries surrounding job hunting, King’s future worries. All like small pieces, but necessary, put together to create the most complete picture of youth.