Rascal Doesn’t Dream of dreaming Girl is an animated series brimming with more near-death stories than you would expect to see in the trials and tribulations of a teenage film.
This show has had 12 episodes, creating a buzz among the anime fandom. Many problems have come into the spotlight in this series, including cyber-bullying, insecurity, etc. The issues have been addressed with the help of supernatural elements.
“Rascal Doesn’t Dream of the Dreaming Girl” the movie was released in the year 2019 due to its huge popularity. The franchise reached a whole new level of recognition.
1. Who dies in the movie Rascal Is Not a Girl in a Dreaming Girl?
Mai Sakurajima is the one who dies in “Rascal Doesn’t Dream of the Dreaming Girl” after being struck by a vehicle. She is revived later on in the film as a character called Sakuta, who travels back in time and saves her from the wreckage.
In the film “Rascal Doesn’t Imagine the Dreaming Girl,” Sakuta is told by Shoko that she will die in an automobile accident on December 24, at 6 PM, due to brain injury. The accident would happen as he travelled to visit Mai at the hospital, and his heart was given to Shoko to save her life.
After listening to this, Mai persuades Sakuta to create a new future with her. They decide to do this by not taking her to where Sakuta was supposed to be at. On the day of Shoko’s passing, Sakuta tries to stand in the middle of the road and check whether Shoko is lying or not. However, vehicles walked through him, and the famous accident didn’t happen.
Following this, Sakuta discovers that Shoko has successfully tricked him into changing their location to get a close date with Mai. In defiance of Mai’s desires, Sakuta decides to give up his life so that Shoko may live. To do so, he rushed toward the site of the accident.
However, Mai was able to push him away at the last moment, and then she was hit by the vehicle. In the aftermath, the entire scenario is altered -it is Mai dies, and Sakuta lives. After Mai’s death, her heart was transferred to Shoko, and that’s why Shoko got through the night.