If Violet Evergarden, the series, is about the horrors of war, how we have no choice but to struggle and survive but how new relationships might help with that, then Eternity is the opposite.
Violet Evergarden is a remarkable anime series about child soldiers recovering from trauma, about finding yourself through empathy for others, and there’s a splash or two of action in there too.
The film opens in Japan next week, delayed for a second time due to the lockdown.
The goal is to summarise down to a single decision – is this anime a recommendation or not?
Trailer? Teaser? This is a minute-long montage clip from the first feature-length Violet Evergarden.
Organisers of AnimagiC have told the press that the movie will go ahead, though, and at the express request of the Studio.
The suspect, a 41-year-old male, walked into Kyoto Animation’s main studio, splashed petrol around, shouted “Drop dead” and then lit the fires.