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Tokyo Ghoul:re Episode 16 Review: Vive: Those Left Behind
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Directed by Michel Gondry. Akira is an aspiring filmmaker whose debut feature will soon screen in the city — and hopefully lead to a more solid career; in the interim, he lands work wrapping gifts at a local department store. After securing short-term housing in the cramped studio apartment of old school chum Akemi Ayumi Ito — a career girl with a demanding boyfriend who grows weary of Akemi's houseguests — Hiroko hits the streets of Tokyo in search of a suitable apartment, finding a series of rat-infested hovels that neither she nor Akira can afford on their limited salaries. After Akira's film screens to dubious acclaim, one spectator informs Hiroko of the inherent struggles in relationships between creative types: often, one half of a couple feels invisible, useless, or unappreciated, something Hiroko relates to wholeheartedly in the wake of her numerous trials and tribulations in the unfamiliar city of Tokyo.
Enlarge Image. Finally a somewhat decent episode in this season of Tokyo Ghoul:re. Kanou escapes. Meanwhile, Takizawa fights with the Quinx Squad and Urie is ready to finish him off but Akira puts herself as a human shield in front of him in order to protect him. She collapses and Amon says to Takizawa to take her to safety while Amon starts fighting the Quinx Squad.
An investigator for a new task force targeting ghouls can't remember his past, but he bears an uncanny resemblance to half-ghoul Ken Kaneki. The ghoul Torso is preying on the corpses of women. As Urie and Shirazu investigate, they meet a short-statured informant who asks an odd price. After a tough battle, Sasaki prevails against Orochi, knocking his mask off. But the face he unveils shocks him into an uncontrollable panic.