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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Autumn by Kathleen Jamie. Folio Society Celebrating the season of mists, bonfires and copper-coloured leaves, this collection brings together a selection of poetry and prose. Four are presented as double-page spreads, while the text, which is printed in two colours, is decorated with motifs taken from her images.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Autumn , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. All your physical needs are met. You can watch different animations and find anything you desire. HA: I am not familiar with many things in Christianity, and I have no intention of approaching it or criticizing it either. AL: Imagine that a European company decided to buy the rights to Evangelion , and to change certain scenes because of religious concerns.

Would you agree with censoring these scenes? After all, this series was made for a Japanese audience.

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HA: Actually, I think that some censorship is necessary, but it is not normal that we should be ordered by a conventional [literally, bien-pensant ] minority. I do not think you can get away with anything for the so-called well-being and protection of children. AL: Violence seems to be more admissible for these people than the notion of sex. HA: The legal context obviously differs between nations and eras. The only universal constant is the thirst of humans for sex and violence.

We need to try to manage this without falling into the opposite extreme, and brainwashing. Films are extremely influential and powerful, especially as propaganda tools. I used components that I liked and that appeared to me necessary to advance the story. I also worked in concepts that were popular at the time. When I hear the criticism from fans about the end of Evangelion , I really wonder if we can say that I have as good a knowledge of the environment as you seem to say.

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HA: I was inspired by Japanese demons [ oni ]. I gave them a modern appearance, but such characters have been around a long time. AL: It seems that there exists a sort of recurring message in your series, that one cannot live alone, or even separated from a group or ethnic identity. Why this message, addressed to otaku, who live at the same time in a relatively separate world? HA: You can find whatever message you want to find in any film or series.


I have not wanted to pass on this or that message in particular, but the fact that you reflect on this is a good one. I made Evangelion to make me happy and to make anime lovers happy, in trying to bring together the broadest audience possible. The connection is unclear - did Man-ga! Our aim was to be the antithesis of all the giant robot animated shows around us. Especially in the past one or two years, this type of refractive, feminine character has not been seen. A happy face — that is the figure of the Complemented Shinji. This conclusion is also one form, one possibility among many.

How this could be possible in our modern world? And all this we speculated in the name of religious belief? What about free speech? How could a legal system go along with this? Well, maybe it did not and the TV station censored the show itself to avoid offending certain sensibilities. We cannot really know where the truth lies. He avoided the subject of censorship and skillfully defended his work. His point of view made sense and he made some interesting comments about the Internet fans who excessively criticized the show.

Because of their information on the Net, they feel they know everything without searching the real truths. Shinichiro Inoue. He encourages people to send comments and questions to Anno-san by writing to: Mr. Whatever the story or the development of the characters, I made them without a plan. During the production, whether listening to various opinions or analysing my own state of mind, I kept questioning myself. I got the concepts from this personal stocktaking [self-assessment].

At first I had intended to make a simple work featuring robots. But even when the main scene became a high school, it did not differ compared to other productions in the same style. At this point, I did not really think of creating a character with two faces, two identities: one shown at school, and the other inside the organization he belongs to [Nerv]. The performance ended with the TV broadcasting ending. We only started working on the next script once the previous one was done. It took longer than usual. When we finished a screenplay, we went back and checked it against the previous ones.

In fact, with the last episode approaching, we have not even been able to finish on time.

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He lives alone, but is attached to others. In past centuries, he would soon celebrate his coming of age. Back then, life expectancy was fifty years, so people had to grow up in fourteen years. Today, we live more than seventy years, and although the age of majority in Japan is twenty years, most people still depend on their parents at that age. In the world of Eva, the human population was cut by half, but as a rule, we can say that the worlds where the population has been decimated are typical of cartoons.

I think worlds isolated and torn to shreds, where because of a past disaster humanity has been decimated, are characteristic of Japanese animation. It looks like an army, but it is not one.

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I did not want to make a military group. I think she is more adept at many other things…Hence when we look at them, her strategies are a little haphazard. Nothing but luck. Honestly, the only person who plans her strategies a little bit is Ritsuko. I think we should live more fundamentally [essentially]. In our current material security, the problem of the heart becomes a very current topic. But as far as the original stories of episodes 25 and 26 the last ones , I managed to finish episode 25 as far as the script was concerned.

Unfortunately, I had to abandon episode 26 while it was still at a very early planning stage. Episodes 25 and 26 as broadcast on TV accurately reflect my mood at the time. I am very satisfied. I regret nothing. It would be the following week. In essence, there remained three days in the schedule. Without cels, we made do by using the sketches of the storyboard in their place.

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In any event, we ended up doing without animation on cel. Cels are symbolic representations. After having drawn Asuka with a marker, as soon as Yuko Miyamura gave it her voice, it was more Asuka than ever. I even came to detest myself for having wasted time on cels at all [until then].