Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo ★★★★

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This review may contain spoilers.

evangelion: 1.0 you are (not) alone.

evangelion: 2.0 you can (not) advance.

the killer and the deed are the same, shinji bearing witness to a sacrifice he caused himself, a judas of good intention; allowing others to undertake our sins wholeheartedly and mistakenly (for them to forget their words and worth) only reinforces the invisible barrier between ppl that integrates trauma and grief. none can see clearly. the apocalyptic landscape is forgone, a site for crushed memories and bodies reduced to a mass. love and artistic endeavor (+ its musical overlay in destructive iconographic spatial recurrence) can assist naturalism as an outgrowth of geographically reconciliatory actualization. faith is not rejected because we'll meet again and the christian idealism of paternal trauma/abuse is re-placed into the realm of a denied synthesis. abject positioning is held as the cathexis of falsified and regenerative progeny, chasing the memorial and losing sight of will against the apocalyptic affection. similarly, will(e) is upheld to negate the negation in systemic process while emotionally disempowering the constituent aspects of its elegiac universality.

evengelion: 3.0+1.0 thrice upon a time.

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