[REVIEW] Violet Evergarden: The Movie—Releasing the Wounds of the Past


Violet Evergarden: The Movies is an anime film that was released on September 18, 2020. In Indonesia itself, this film has started airing on March 3, 2021.

This anime film continues the storyline in the Violet Evergarden series which was released in 2018. Therefore, many viewers are anticipating this film to find out the end of Violet’s love story . Curious about the film? Let’s talk about it in full below!


1. Violet Evergarden and Gilbert Bougainvillea’s relationship
In this film, the story will continue to tell the daily life of Violet Evergarden as an Auto Memory Doll . Coincidentally, he met again with Dietfried Bougainvillea, Gilbert’s older brother. Dietfried who originally hated Violet so much apologized and invited Violet to take Gilbert’s memorabilia.

Another time, Violet also received a request from a boy named Yurith. Realizing that he will die soon, Yurith asks Violet to write letters to her parents, sister, and best friend.

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In addition to telling about Violet, the audience will also finally be given a clue about Gilbert’s fate, which was previously still a mystery.


2. The volatile emotions between the characters add to the interesting premise of the film
As we know, Violet as the main character has a personality that tends to be quiet and rarely shows her emotions. In this film, we will see more of Violet’s emotional reaction when she hears from Gilbert and struggles to write a letter for Yurith.

Not only Violet, every character, especially the Bougenvillea sisters, will also show an emotional side that the audience has never seen before. Dietfried felt deep remorse as the reason why he hated Violet so much. Meanwhile Gilbert also felt so much guilt towards Violet that he had to hide in a secluded place.


3. Kyoto Animation’s signature graphic design that feels alive and spoils the eyes
Kyoto Animation as the production house for the film Violet Evergarden: The Movie is indeed known as a studio with visually beautiful anime works, such as Hyouka, Beyond the Boundaries, Free!, to A Silent Voice.

As one of the best anime produced by Kyoto Animation, Violet Evergarden: The Movie will not disappoint the audience with the graphic design displayed. Every detail in the film looks real and the emotions displayed by each character in this film can also be felt by the audience.


4. TRUE’s melodious voice fills the theme song for Violet Evergarden: The Movie
In addition to the beautiful visuals and storyline, the presence of a popular Japanese singer, namely TRUE, also makes this film more interesting. Bringing the song “Will”, the singer’s real name is Miho Karasawa, making every element of the film more and more slick together.

If you are still unfamiliar with TRUE, the singer from Tokyo also sings various songs from popular anime, such as Sound! Euphonium, Buddy Complex, Maria the Virgin Witch, and That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime.

5. Taishi Ishidate repeats his success in the film project Violet Evergarden: The Movie
Becoming the director of the Violet Evergarden series in 2018 and bringing this anime into one of the best visualized anime is a big success for Taishi Ishidate.

As if to repeat its success, the film Violet Evergarden: The Movie successfully won the Anime of The Year category at the 2021 Tokyo Anime Award Festival, won the Kyoto Digital Amusement Award , and earned nearly 2 billion yen (Rp260 billion) in 3 months.

Films with beautiful visualizations and extraordinary storylines such as Violet Evergarden: The Movie do give a special impression to some viewers. Therefore, the author gives a score of 4.5/5 for this last film, Violet Evergarden . If you are more curious, don’t forget to watch the film, OK!