Date: 2015-04-19 01:13 am (UTC)
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I initially thought PMMM was supposed to be about society demonizing girls for wanting things, that it was a critique of all the things listed here. Madoka's conversation with her mother seemed to support this; kids are supposed to be able to screw things up so they can learn from them and be stronger adults, so it's wrong to force young girls to make mistakes then demonize them for it.

Of course, then Rebellion came out and kind of shat all over that. I do like that Sayaka was able to weaponize her witch form and that, in some sense, Homura's behavior towards Madoka was called out, though the fact that Urobuchi himself considers Rebellion a happy ending (as he stated in an interview) does make me wonder whether the latter was intentional. Sometimes I joke that Homura represents Urobuchi and Madoka represents some girl who rejected him. (I know the ending wasn't his idea, but he did agree to it).
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