Violet Evergarden: The Movie Blu-ray & DVD To Premiere In Japan

Violet Evergarden: The Movie finally made it abroad, debuting for the first time on April 1 in Latin America. If you are one of the fans who have not yet seen the movie from Kyoto Animation; this article will provide you with information. Also, spoilers or predictions have not involved this article.

When is Violet Evergarden: The Movie Coming Out on Blu-ray?

The franchise’s official website announced on 8 April 2021. The award-winning Violet Evergarden: The Movie will premiere in Japan on 4 August 2021 in three different editions. One of those editions will mark the first release of a KyoAni work in 4K and HDR.

This version used the format conversation Dobly Vision HDR. Thus, it made the feature film the first original anime film to be screened in Dobly Vision HDR format. If you know the Kyoto Animation style, you will know that the great animation quality makes this home video release possible.

Violet Evergarden: The Movie premiered in Japanese theatre on September 18, 2020. A recent update recorded that it had earned 2.1 billion yen at the Japanese box office.

Where to Watch Violet Evergarden: The Movie?

Kyoto Animation’s original anime series featured 13 episodes and an OVA in 2018. Netflix has the show available in its catalog, along with the first movie of 2019, Violet Evergreen: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll.

I’d also recommend you to watch Violet Evergarden: The Movie on Crunchyroll & Funimation. These are some popular streaming sites with pretty good subtitles.

Violet Evergarden: The Movie – The Plot

The story revolves around a young woman who is used as a “war tool” in the military. She matures and comes to understand the nature of love by working as an auto-memory doll. Also as a postal worker, who helps translate customers’ intentions into letters typed with pitch-perfect wording.

The movie begins by showing how others around her are now moving forward, while she stands still. Violet, however, holds hope that Gilbert has somehow survived as he dies a violent death during his service.

The movie is a culmination of a beloved heroine’s journey. And a proud display of how much she’s grown to become a person capable of giving love. Also, how much the trauma she still carries from the war and particularly the violent loss of Gilbert.

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Kyoto Animation Official Announcement on Twitter

Additionally, all editions of the film, including regular Blu-ray and DVD editions, come with a special case. The case contains:

  • A color booklet
  • Two Violet typefaces
  • Four cards that were theoretical gifts
  • A poster version of the card-sized film
  • Cards are drawn by the director Taichi Ishidate

Updates On The Special Edition!

Violet Evergarden: The Movie

The special edition will come with the normal UHD and Blu-ray disc. And the UHD version will have the Dobly Vision version of Violet Evergarden: The Movie; which comes with Dolby Atmos surround sound.

Physically, the special edition comes with a booklet with interviews with the staff and the director about the Dobly Cinema update and production process. At the moment, no artwork from any of the releases has been revealed.

About The Anime

Violet Evergarden is known for its movie-level animation and compelling music, which adds more to the scene. While the story itself is something which you feel connected to instantly. It has packed many anime awards like Kyoto Animation Award.

Violet Evergarden is by far one of the best animes in 2018. With only 12 episodes, the anime lets you through serious feels. The visuals are too heavenly and liquid fluid to not be loved. The plot, characters are on a completely different level.

Violet Evergarden: The Movie is one of those rare animes whose adaptation is better than the manga. If you haven’t watched it yet, do yourself a favor, grab your favorite anime pillow and watch the movie!

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