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silvermoon424:

SHUT THE HELL UP

ISHII MIKAKO IS THE SWEETEST, CUTEST PERSON EVER

So, for some context, this is the very last performance of Petite Etrangere. As people who have experience in theatre can attest, the last showing is usually pretty emotional because the cast is sad that their experience is over. Sailor Pluto’s actress, Mikako Ishii, was given the opportunity to speak about her feelings during the curtain call and gave this amazing speech.

First of all, she said “They let me play Sailor Pluto,” not “I’m playing Sailor Pluto.” It’s obvious that she sees her role as a great honor and is very grateful for it. I also love how, because Sailor Moon is now over 20 years old, there are actually people who loved Sailor Moon in their childhoods now being given the opportunity to be a part of it.

Mikako is literally crying throughout her entire speech (both with joy and sorrow), which shows just how much she and the rest of the cast love and care about Sailor Moon, and every person who came to watch them shared that love with them. It’s no wonder that they can feel the love all around them! And then OMG CHIBIUSA AND PLUTO. Even out of character, they still show so much love for each other. 

I just love everything about this so much. Sailor Moon will always live on!

I don’t know if it’s the pregnancy hormones or what but this made me cry a little.

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  • fleur:

    oh, i have to breathe underwater for an hour? better get myself a bubble of air!

  • cedric:

    yeah, bubble charm seems like the best solution.

  • harry:

    see i didn't think of that but i do have this handy plant.

  • everyone:

    what about you, viktor?

  • viktor:

    IM GONNA BE A FUCKING SHARK

It breaks my heart that I’m not a good singer. I mean I would even go as far as voice lessons if I thought it would change anything, but I don’t think it will.

I was told when I was 12-15 that I had a nice singing voice and now that’s gone. I like to sing, I just cant stand the sound of my voice and it depresses me.