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Noah Rymer over 2 years ago
like starting dune on page 300 in a language you dont speak. Beautiful animation though.
PurpleandRedStar over 3 years ago
Too depressing and very disappointed by the catastrophe everyone had to experience...
Rosalio Galvan 4 years ago
almost good
Dónal Kennedy over 4 years ago
A fine coda to the series,though still lacking a satisfying conclusion
Dylan Evans over 6 years ago
A much better ending than the series, albeit at the cost of clarity.
Jaya Wardono over 6 years ago
Brilliant Conclusion to the epic series!
Luiz Gah over 6 years ago
its a bit hard to understand if you dont pay attention…
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Asael Acosta almost 4 years ago
The End of Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン劇場版 Air/まごころを、君に, Shin Seiki Evangerion Gekijō-ban: Air/Magokoro o, Kimi ni) is a 1997 Japanese animated science fiction film written and directed by Hideaki Anno along with Kazuya Tsurumaki; it ended the anime releases in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise until the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy remakes were announced in 2006. The film is divided into two approximately 45-minute episodes: Episode 25': Love is Destructive ("Air" in the Japanese version) and Episode 26': ONE MORE FINAL: I need you (My Purest Heart for You (まごころを、君に, Magokoro o, kimi ni), an allusion to Charly, in the Japanese version). They can be considered as either a 'replacement' for the original ending of the popular animated series Neon Genesis Evangelion or a more detailed, "real world" account of the series' original ending in episodes 25 and 26, which takes place almost completely in the minds of the main characters (the "experimental approach", as the Red Cross Book...
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