Zero evidence? If there’s no evidence, you’ll easily be able to refute every single one of these points which I was kind enough to put in a neat little list for you.
Evidence Supporting Akira Changing Lines in the Movie
- Akira is shown clutching a script before she tells Eri of a plan to get a raw reaction out of Harima
- Akira clearly does know the significance of both the manuscript and Tenma to Harima, and the changed lines take into account both the importance of Tenma and Harima’s manuscript.
- Akira wants Eri to be more honest about her feelings to Harima; the changes in the script put Eri in a situation to be more honest with Harima
- At some point during the secret conversation between Eri and Akira, Akira tells Eri about the manuscript’s importance. This dialogue isn’t shown, indicating that more was said between the two than was shown, making it possible for more to have been said between the two.
- Akira is a secretive person, meaning it would be in character for her not to tell anyone else about a sudden change in screenplay
- Akira is the one that came up with the idea of the movie, is the one that changed the plot of the movie on a whim, and seems to have a high degree of control over the movie.
- Eri trusts Akira, more so than any of her friends, meaning she would listen to Akira if Akira told her to change the script.
- Throughout the filming of the movie, Eri had never messed up her lines and had followed Akira’s script exactly, making it out of character for Eri to suddenly go off on her own.