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I want to start by talking about a single shot in Violet Evergarden’s debuting episode.
Violet’s reflection in the clock implies two things: her current state of mind, as well as certain potential, if one takes into account Violet’s first real display of agency in this scene. 1,123 more words
It’s Wednesday afternoon and I sit down giddy with excitement, raring to watch the first episode of Violet Evergarden. It’s the show with rising star Akiko Takase as animation director; the show with the gorgeous PVs and CMs, each of which I’ve seen at least three times, and above all it’s the show that I’m convinced will set a new bar for television animation in anime. 343 more words
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“While I was location-hunting in Gifu I started wondering what Shoya was like at that point: a kid who feels invincible but also deals with perhaps unfounded frustration.