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Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion -- Concurrent theatrical ending of the TV series "Shin Seiki Evangelion" (1995).

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Writers:
Hideaki Anno (screenplay) and
Amanda Winn Lee (english version)
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Tagline:
Wouldn't it be nice if everyone would just die? See more »
Plot:
Concurrent theatrical ending of the TV series "Shin Seiki Evangelion" (1995). Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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User Reviews:
Simply stunning! See more (124 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Megumi Ogata ... Shinji Ikari (voice)
Megumi Hayashibara ... Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari (voice)
Yûko Miyamura ... Asuka Langley Sôryû (voice)
Kotono Mitsuishi ... Misato Katsuragi (voice)
Yuriko Yamaguchi ... Ritsuko Akagi (voice)
Fumihiko Tachiki ... Gendô Ikari (voice)
Akira Ishida ... Kaworu Nagisa (voice)
Motomu Kiyokawa ... Kôzô Fuyutsuki (voice)
Mugihito ... Keel Lorentz (voice)
Takehito Koyasu ... Shigeru Aoba (voice)
Hiro Yuuki ... Makoto Hyûga (voice)
Miki Nagasawa ... Maya Ibuki (voice)

Spike Spencer ... Shinji Ikari (voice: English version)
Amanda Winn Lee ... Rei Ayanami / Yui Ikari (voice: English version) (as Amanda Winn)

Tiffany Grant ... Asuka Langley Sohryuu (voice: English version)
Allison Keith ... Misato Katsuragi (voice: English version)
Sue Ulu ... Ritsuko Akagi (voice: English version)
Tristan MacAvery ... Gendo Ikari (voice: English version)
Aaron Krohn ... Ryoji Kaji / Kaoru Nagisa (voice: English version)
Amy Seeley ... Maya Ibuki (voice: English version)
Laura Chapman ... Dr. Akagi (voice: English version)
Brett Weaver ... Toji (voice: English version)
Kurt Stoll ... Kensuke (voice: English version)

Kimberly Yates ... Hikari (voice: English version)
Tom Booker ... Keel Lorenz (voice: English version)
Keith Burgess ... Makoto Hyuga (voice: English version)
Riley Barber ... JSSDF Commander (voice: English version)
Jason Lee ... Shigeru Aoba (voice: English version)

Taliesin Jaffe ... JSSDF Soldier (voice: English version)
Michael Ross ... Professor Fuyutsuki (voice: English version)
Dave Wittenberg ... Seele (voice: English version)
Maria Kawamura ... Sohryu Kyouko Zeppelin
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thomas Greene ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Ryan Paregien ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)
Traci Shannon ... Additional Voices (voice: English version)

Directed by
Hideaki Anno (segment "Magokoro o, kimi ni")
Kazuya Tsurumaki (segment "Air")
 
Writing credits
Hideaki Anno (screenplay)

Amanda Winn Lee  english version

Produced by
Margo Coughlin Zimmerman .... line producer (as Margo Coughlin)
Marvin Gleicher .... executive producer (english version)
Norio Ikeguchi .... executive producer
Mitsuhisa Ishikawa .... producer
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa .... executive producer
Tsuguhiko Kadokawa .... producer
Takuma Kuramasu .... executive producer
Jason Lee .... producer (english version)
Miyuki Nanri .... line producer
Amanda Winn Lee .... producer (english version)
Hiroyuki Yamaga .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Shirô Sagisu 
 
Cinematography by
Hisao Shirai 
 
Film Editing by
Sachiko Miki 
 
Art Direction by
Hiroshi Kato 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Masayuki .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Hideaki Anno .... storyboard artist
Shinji Higuchi .... storyboard artist
Jun'ichi Satô .... storyboard artist (as Kiichi Hadame)
 
Sound Department
Jason Lee .... adr director
Hideyuki Tanaka .... sound director
Amanda Winn Lee .... adr director
 
Visual Effects by
Mitsuharu Haibara .... opticals
Masao Shibata .... opticals
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Tarou Ibusuki .... film director
Yoichi Kuroda .... assistant director of photography
Takahide Shibanushi .... assistant camera: live action
Rokuro Terada .... assistant camera: live action
 
Animation Department
Hideaki Anno .... animation director
Hideaki Anno .... animator
Naoya Furukawa .... assistant animation director
Takayuki Gorai .... animator
Takayuki Gotô .... animator
Shinya Hasegawa .... animator
Takashi Hashimoto .... animator
Masaaki Hino .... animation finisher
Keiko Hiraga .... animation finisher
Hisashi Hirai .... animator
Tadashi Hiramatsu .... animation director
Tadashi Hiramatsu .... animator
Takeshi Honda .... animator
Kazunobu Hoshi .... animator
Akemi Hosoya .... animation finisher
Hiroyuki Imaishi .... animator
Izumi Inomata .... animation finisher
Satoru Iriyoshi .... animator
Mitsuo Iso .... animator
Akihiko Isozaki .... animation finisher
Kohko Itoh .... animation finisher
Kanta Kamei .... animator
Toshio Kawaguchi .... animator
Makiko Kawahata .... animation finisher
Emiko Kimura .... animation finisher
Kôji Kitamura .... animation finisher
Harumi Kiyono .... animation finisher
Makoto Kogawa .... animation finisher
Makiko Kojima .... animation finisher
Chiyomi Koyama .... animation finisher
Mamoru Kurosawa .... animator
Masayuki .... animator
Shôichi Masuo .... animator
Ryou Miyata .... animation finisher
Manami Miyazaki .... animation finisher
Yûji Moriyama .... animator
Atsuko Nakajima .... animation finisher
Katsuichi Nakayama .... animator
Kimika Narita .... animation finisher
Eiko Nishi .... animation finisher
Takehiro Noda .... animator
Fujie Obara .... animation finisher
Nobutoshi Ogura .... animator
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto .... character designer
Yoshiyuki Sadamoto .... layout assistant
Akiko Sasaki .... animation finisher
Mamoru Sasaki .... animator
Jukki Shinoda .... animation finisher
Chie Shirakawa .... animation finisher
Katsuhiko Shirato .... animation finisher
Kôji Sugiura .... animator
Shunji Suzuki .... animation director
Hideki Takahashi .... animator
Chie Takaya .... animation finisher
Manabu Tanzawa .... animator
Kigen Tokura .... animator
Katsuyuki Tsubouchi .... animator
Hidenobu Watanabe .... animation finisher
Maiko Yamazaki .... animation finisher
Naoya Yoshida .... animator
Yô Yoshinari .... animator (as You Yoshinari)
Yô Yoshinari .... assistant animation director (as You Yoshinari)
 
Casting Department
Takeshi Ando .... casting coordinator
Masahiko Otsuka .... casting coordinator
Nobue Yoshinaga .... casting assistant
 
Editorial Department
Katsumi Ishiyama .... assistant editor
Chihiro Nakano .... assistant editor
Yôko Tsuru .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Hideaki Anno .... executive director
Masayuki .... visual water artist
Haruki Nakayama .... production assistant
Amanda Winn Lee .... english adaptation
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Shin seiki Evangelion Gekijô-ban: Air/Magokoro wo, kimi ni" - Japan (original title)
"The End of Evangelion" - Japan (English title) (short title)
"The End of Evangelion: Episode 25': Love is Destructive/One More Final: I Need You" - Japan (English title)
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Runtime:
90 min
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1.85 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Australia:M | Canada:14A (Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:R (Ontario) | Canada:AA (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-18 | Finland:K-15 (original rating) | France:-12 | Germany:16 | Italy:VM14 (DVD rating) | Japan:R-15 | New Zealand:M | Singapore:NC-16 | South Korea:18 (cable rating) | UK:15 | USA:Not Rated
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The red dummy plugs we see injected into the Mass Production Eva series before they launch are labeled "Kaworu".See more »
Quotes:
Misato Katsuragi:This is it, Shinji. Do you want to run away, or do you want to pilot the EVA? It's your call. If you sit here and do nothing, then you're already dead!See more »
Soundtrack:
Manatsu no ShuuenSee more »

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45 out of 54 people found the following review useful.
Simply stunning!, 29 October 1999
Author: Fiss from Canada

Finally, after long last, I have managed to watch the End of Evangelion. It was worth any wait.

Those not familiar with the series will have no clue what's happening, so you should at least watch the first 24 episodes. End of Eva takes place as an alternative to the last 25 and 26th episodes. It may sound confusing, but trust me, if you just sit back and enjoy the ride, everything makes sense...even if not right away.

The final Angel has been killed. The 'hero' of the story, Shinji Ikari, now regrets doing it, as he was the only person who seemed to ever like him for who he was. But there is no time to lament on personal demons, as the shadowy puppet masters in SEELE have set the final stage of their plan in motion.

The dreaded Third Impact.

What's even more surprising is that the entire series shows one, giant plan to actually SPEED ALONG the Third Impact, as it could lead Humanity to it's next evolutionary step.

And so, Humanity will now rely on a weak savior who may or may not lead humanity to it's oblivion. A hero who must first fight his own inner dragons, and come to terms with life, and love from himself and from others.

As a response to the public outcry that the last 2 episodes were someone strange and had no "Mecha Combat", the End of Eva has enough of both combat, AND philosophical scenes. A strange, but wonderful mix.

Asuka's fight against 9 Evas is absolutely the most STUNNING visual fight sequence I have ever seen. The energy and awesome scope of the battle is impossible to convey through words alone.

Though Asuka's character is as flawed as Shinji's, she finds redemption in this movie. Again, an amazing testimony of the Human Spirit and our will to live.

The emotional impact of this movie is also quite amazing. It brings reality and the mind to question, and asks us if being individuals is better than being a whole. Is life just a dream, and can we ever be Gods of our own Reality? Those who have watched the last two episodes of the series will see instances where the movie and episodes combine and compliment each other.

Finally, the animation is wonderful. Creepy and breathtaking. Powerfully deep, but also amazing on the physical conflict level as well. This movie is EASILY a match for Akira and is an instant classic.

Watch it with an open mind, and be prepared to be stunned. Be ready to question yourself. Be ready to use your mind in ways you may have not before. This is truly the End, and I wouldn't want it any other way.

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