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Guardian publishes review of Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen, with nothing known about the series

In various commentary forums, reviews of the film went viral Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen and published by a British newspaper The Guardian. The review was divided with the title «A British newspaper reviews a Kimetsu no Yaiba movie, knowing nothing about an original anime or story».

«If, like me, you have not seen the hit Japanese TV series Kimetsu no Yaiba 2019, let alone read the manga series on which it is based, then you may find it difficult to understand what is on walk in this installment of Distance.. But even if you don't go into Google to find out the backend, it's not that hard to figure out; or at least you can tell the good from the bad».

«Good men have huge eyes, though they have strange polygonal shapes and strange magazine colors.While kanji characters are often evil demons about where their students should be, as well as shaping abilities. The latter have voices that are difficult to define, but specifically “evil” staccato usually speaks of good people, who tend to say absurd assertions: “Even though this is the first time we have not seen, I do not like you anymore.”».

«The action, as in Train to Busan, takes place primarily on a train where the demon hunters: the dark-skinned and magenta hero Tanjirou Kamado, his meek demon sister Nezuko, the handsome blond boy Zenitsu Agatsuma and the screaming half-animal boy Inosuke Hashibira; they run into Master Assassin Kyojuro, who has abilities near fire».

«Squint a little, relax your mind, and you may find in this film an allegation of illness that accidentally responds to our own collective evolution from the dreamy, hypnotic break of the locked life, in which we sleep too much and imagining dead relatives. has become the new outlet».

Fountain: The Guardian

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Hikari Mikadzuki

Bonjour, je m'appelle Hikari ! Je suis une étudiante qui aime colorier et dessiner, lire et écrire. J'aime la musique classique, les bandes sonores et les films (surtout les anime).

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