BySergio Sanchez, writer at
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Sergio Sanchez

The movie takes us far away in the future where we left off in Gainax's previous installment of the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy and the way the story flows the audience adapts to a plot that might feel a bit heavy at the beginning but that evolves to a very smooth storytelling.

Unlike the previous movie the script does not focus on explaining the events but creates an environment of deliteful confusion and curiosity as the eye gets cought by the visual perfection of the animation which justify the time of pre and post production of the flick.

The psycological deepness of the movie gets very overwhelming but it is definitively lighten up thanks to the beatuful and captivating keys of a soundtrack to fall in love.

This review comes almost 3 years later but better late than never. I give this an 8.6.


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