N a N o A C I L E :
Hello, I go by the name Acile. My occupation is turning words around in my head and on the page to avoid boredom. I put them together or separate them, make up new words, organize them in my head or try them out in front of other people.
N a N o H I S T O R Y :
2009 | Feuerroter Irrsinn: A schoolgirl from Tōkyō discovers that her childhood friend, now back from Europe, has joined an ominous underground gang. They turn her into a vampire and recruit her to fight their ancient enemy.
2010 | Cirque de Éclipse Solaire: When a wondrous circus that produces vividly colored, fairytale-like shows gets hit by a tragedy, the director's too tight grip on the cast loosens. Led, the composer, finds herself attracted to Vereille, a transsexual acrobat, and together they get sucked into the mystery.
2011 | Crow City: What happens when a lonely Philosophy student whose disillusioned world view sends him into regular fits of cynicism meets a man who wants to be the prettiest face in town? They make a deal to reintroduce said philosophy student into society. What follows is a whirlwind of coffee shop pranks, night clubs, sparkle, glitter and discussions about the very nature of mankind. But Alexis doesn't take it well at all. Memories from the one girl he wanted to forget come to the surface. He sees her in the wooden figurine of a Japanese cat, sees himself in the crows on the rooftops, wishing for black wings to carry him away...
2012 | Equilibrium: A pupil’s last summer holiday on the border to adulthood: On her long strolls Saya meets a girl with a black wool coat and an eye patch and starts following her around. The abandoned subway station turns into a second home and the girl’s beliefs the creed she aligns her life with. But the living things, approaching out of shadows, destroy the order she has built and separate Saya from her leader. Driven into a corner, she has to try and get rid of them on her own.
- Favorite noveling music:
- J-pop, K-pop, OSTs
- Favorite books or authors:
- Haruki Murakami, Amélie Nothomb, Pascal Mercier, Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Anne Rice, Jack Kerouac