“You’re all right! Thank you for taking care of him, Mr. Isaac, Miss Miria. I’m so glad you’re all right, Czes!” As Mary innocently embraced him, Czes found himself lost. Why were children so quick to open their hearts to others? Of course, this didn’t apply to all children, but the difference was just too great. ‘I see… Maybe Isaac and Miria are just like children, too.' Looking at Mary’s smile, Czes let out a sigh of relief without thinking. 'I’m so glad I didn’t kill these people. I’m so glad I didn’t betray Mary.’ At this point, Czes had no way of knowing why he was so glad about these things. His expression had not quite returned to his face, but Czes managed to say, “I’m sorry.”
For @pippenpaddlopsicopolisthethird, whose liveblogs bring me much joy. Thank you for sharing your suffering for our amusement. In exchange please consider Isaac and Miria having a liveblogging/live reaction youtube channel, in which they wear different outfits in each video, and in which they have badly misunderstood the meaning of “blind reaction.”
You may ask yourself, do they realize they’re watching a movie about themselves? No. No, they do not.
honestly czeslaw throwing himself into that fireplace in children of bottle and then standing up with his face half melted and telling the villagers to “move” is still the most badass moment in the entire baccano! series to me like holy shit he did that.