One of the things that has been waiting for anime fans around the world is certainty about the release of the Violet Evergarden widescreen. Because, before a tragic fire hit Kyoto Animation, a studio that worked on Violet Evergarden. Finally, Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Auto Memory Dolls had to be postponed.
This animation tells the story of Violet Evergarden who has returned from the war. Violet is a young girl who was previously known as a ‘weapon’ while on the battlefield. He decided to leave the world to start a new life.
However, in the course of his life after the war, Violet still has a few memories and trauma. While recovering from trauma, Violet was hired by former colonel Hodgins as a letter writer at the CH Postal Service. Violet was deeply moved by the Auto Memories Dolls, the ghostwriting department who wrote letters to men who could not read and write, and wanted to express their feelings for someone. Games Online dan Offline
Violet began her journey as an Auto Memories Doll, and came face to face with a variety of people’s emotions and different forms of love while looking for the meaning of the word ‘love’ that was spoken by her boss, Major Gilbert, who was killed in battle. In addition to being an Auto Memories Dolls, he also teaches at a girls’ school. One of the students, Isabella York is a noblewoman. He lives by many rules and certain ethics. That makes Isabella York life uncomfortable. At school, Violet and Isabella York meet. Their relationship became a turning point for each of them, especially Isabella York.
Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Auto Memory Dolls were directed by Haruka Fujita who had worked on Tamako Love Story and Taichi Ishidate who had directed K-ON !, as well as scriptwriters Kana Akatsuki, Reiko Yoshida, Takaaki Suzuki, and Tatsuhiko Urahata. The character of Violet Evergarden is played by Yui Ishikawa and Issabella York is played by Minako Kotobuki as the voice actor. Violet Evergarden is a Japanese novel series written by Kana Akatsuki illustrated by Akiko Takase. They won the grand prize at the 5th Kyoto Animation Awards, and became the only work that won the grand prize in three categories, namely novels, screenplays and manga.