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But that's usually a good indicator of a good series, when it feels like there should be more, and that you want more.
However, one of the things that really shines from this series is the somewhat more 'real life' aspect of it.
It’s more of an excuse to kickstart the sudden cohabitation of a voice actress with a guy whose love life is going bad.
And before you think it’s just going to be another cocktease of constant misunderstandings that never lead anywhere, be informed that the two of them have sex in the very first episode, something doesn’t happen in 99.99% of all anime that are supposed to be romances and are just going in endless circles before ending with nothing resolved.
After a movie and dinner, he escorts her home and finds out that they live in the same neighbourhood.
As fate will have it, her apartment catches fire only hours later.
It is slice of life, which means there is very little to pay attention to theme-wise, but it also doesn’t resort to fan service so it can distract the horny audience from realizing they are watching absolutely nothing of substance.
The females have normal proportions and don’t run around half naked by default.
It is showing what it means to be one with the voices changing depending on the role and the mood, but it’s not a theme that gets much exploration.
It’s not about time resets, trapped in videogames, dark and edgy gorefests, or constant tits and ass.
In effect, it’s more real than any of the overhyped bullshit of today that everybody calls realistic when it’s just blatant self-indulgence.
The antics of the protagonists do not take place in some exotic setting or time, but in everyday life.
Daily Life is basically a synonym for everything normal, repetitive, and trivial happening to your average person.
So many other romance series gloss over massive parts of reality, ie sex and progression of a relationship. Rec is a short anime series about a voice actress having to stay in the same house as a bland MC.