. The world of Your Lie in April is real and vivid as you watch life happen for these young people. Perhaps, more than most anime that I’ve watched, Your Lie feels authentic. Aside from beautiful visuals and an even more amazing score, Your Lie shows real people in open, honest, and raw ways. While there are many comical breaks to save you from the seriousness of some of the more somber storylines, it handles its topics well.
What's the point of life? Where does your purpose come from? in Your Lie in April, known in Japan as Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso (四月は君の嘘), piano prodigy Kōsei Arima is on a journey to discover the purpose of his passion for music. It's a great emotional series that special guest Sierra Hall of The Healing Place School of Ministry uses to take on a pretty serious topic.