Date: 2013-06-06 07:22 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
But it's precisely the previous 11 episodes that makes Madoka's "no, you know what? I don't want this to happen" suitable, isn't it? I can understand being frustrated that it's only Madoka who could do it, but the ending is a girl kid saying "this isn't fair! girls deserve better! girls deserve to be selfish without being punished!" and taking their destinies out of the hands of a cosmic douchebag guy.


The message I got, rather than something Faustian, was that the other girls accepted their new painful life as something inevitable, to get used to, whereas Madoka was unwilling to accept such unfairness. Which is still not a *perfect* moral, but in the end it's still a young girl who wants things to be better for other young girls.
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