Violet Evergarden The Movie Coming To Netflix: Fall 2021 Release Date, Trailer and More!

Violet Evergarden The Movie is set for a Global Netflix release in Fall 2021. The film already had a theatre release on July 1st 2021 globally preceded by a Japanese release on September 18th 2020. The movie will soon be added to the streaming giant. Violet Evergarden has a 2018 anime adaptation based on the light novel series by Kana Akatsuki.

The anime adaptation of the series was extremely well received and acclaimed for the stunning animation by Kyoto Animations. Violet Evergarden The Movie is the second movie from the series, the first one being a spin-off of the original series. The series has also released a special OVA episode that is also available on Netflix! The anime series is rated 8.5/10 on IMDb and 8.65/10 on My Anime List.

Violet Evergarden The Movie Trailer

Violet Evergarden The Movie Plot

Violet Evergarden The Movie takes place as a sequel to the story in the anime. As much as a story can move one to tears, Violet Evergarden manages to do that and beyond. In a rich emotional journey, Violet decides to become an auto-memory doll that becomes a popular medium for people to convey their message and send heartfelt letters. With her only sense of self-being a product of war, Violet’s journey of exploring her humanity and emotions begins.

In the war, she lost both her hands and her mentor Major Gilbert, whose parting words ‘I Love You’ are ingrained in her. As an auto-memory doll, Violet rises in fame but struggles to deal with the past that she cannot piece together. The movie follows Violet as she continues to understand the emotions of the ones around her and most importantly, herself.

The movie recaps her origin story and takes place in Leidenschaftlich as Violet explores her own heart and her love for Gilbert who isn’t completely gone yet. In the midst of her journey, technological advancements in an era similar to the Victorian age threaten her work as a ghostwriter of soulful letters.

Violet Evergarden: The Movie synopsis

The official synopsis via IMDb reads

After the aftermath of a war, a young girl who was used as a ‘tool’ for war learned to live. With the scars of burns, she goes back to her past to feel the true feelings of the Major’s, “I love you.”

Violet Evergarden The Movie Netflix Release

The trailer for the film has done an exquisite job in capturing the work the KyoAni is famous for. The original release of the film goes back a year to September 2020. The movie will now be streaming on Netflix starting October 13th 2021 globally. The run time of the movie will be 2 hours and 20 minutes long approximately. For the global release, Violet Evergarden The Movie English dub will be released on Netflix. However, Japanese dubbing will also be available. The release in France has been set for November 19th 2021.

Violet Evergarden The Movie Characters

The voice cast of the anime will be retained for the movie. But there is a surprise with the entry of Attack on Titan voice actress Yui Ishikawa. She will give voice to the movie’s protagonist, Violet Evergarden. Daisuke Namikawa will also make a comeback with a voice-over to the character, Gilbert Bougainvillea.

In addition to Ishikawa and Daisuke, other voice actors cast include Takehito Koyasu, Kiuchi Hidenobu, Haruka Tomatsu and Koki Uchiyama. They will give voice to the characters Claudia Hodgins, Dietfried Bougainvillea, Iris Cannary and Benedict Blue, respectively.

Series Composition: Reiko Yoshida

Character Design: Akiko Takase

Music: Evan Call

Director of Photography: Kohei Funamoto

Sound Director: Yota Tsuruoka

Original creator: Kana Akatsuki

Art Director: Mikiko Watanabe

Chief Animation Director: Akiko Takase

Director: Rin Yamamoto

Stay tuned for more updates on releases like Violet Evergarden The Movie and all the good stuff from your favourite titles. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out the best Fall 2021 anime releases and let us know all that you plan to watch!

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