Unfortunately, there's no way to give feedback on the "Editorial Review" other than to leave a review yourself. If there's one thing Utena isn't, it's stilted. Sure, the outcome of the duels is a little predictable at times, but anyone can see that it's not the duels that are so important in Revolutionary Girl Utena, but the delicate complexity of human relationships. The stylized choreography and briefness of each duel should get that point across.
There's a lot to Utena that you might miss your first time watching it, as a good chunk of storytelling is played out in intense symbolism. Like a carefully designed painting by a renaissance master, every detail, no matter how insignificant, adds a layer of depth to Utena, creating a puzzle to be unraveled by the eager viewer.
This particular volume, while brief, continues the tradition of delving deep within the psyche. We catch a glimpse of pre-teen angst as well as the age old struggle of obsession and the desire to cast off the bounds of "normalcy". Another installment of one of the greatest imported anime, "Impatience and Longing" is not one to be missed.