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Hold on to your seats this movie has insane animation that makes Spiderverse look like a joke. Trigger made Promare with Sanzigen and this is the only time I've ever enjoyed CG in animation the way it was done in this. The CG animation from this is a representation of what techniques are being pioneered to make CG work with anime and cartoons which has historically been impossible. Anamorphic, Lighting, Contrast, and coloring, and an immense focus on lines, this movie is absolutely nutzzz! If you've never seen a Trigger anime or movie it won't make any sense to you but that's okay, it's a story with a theme of connecting between people and airing in a time of intense political debate and separation in Asia. I've never seen animation done this intensely, on a larger display this movie is actual consistent sensory overload. It's pure beautiful animation in a chaotic way.
PS* This movie also won't make much sense dubbed since some of the script is meant to be spoken in Japanese Theater script.
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