Closing out the franchise, Violet Evergarden: The Movie gives Violet the closure she has desperately needed and the tears you expect.
Violet Evergarden ends with closure for fans and the character, and once again you need to plan to shed tears.
The long-simmering rebel groups of Gardarik make their move and push Violet to disobey Major Gilbert’s final order.
The Gardarik rebels slowly come into focus as Violet has to go into a battleground to deliver what may be one soldier’s final message to his loved ones. Leading you to wonder, will they inspire old Violet to come out?
Sensitive souls beware, Violet’s latest assignment deals with a young girl and her sickly mother.
As Violet succumbs to PTSD and depression, so comes the question of not only does she have the right to live but her purpose.
After dancing around it for awhile, we finally get a full episode of Violet’s past. At least from meeting Major Gilbert to the height of his military career.
After Violet helps a man heal from a very traumatic moment, she is forced to come to terms with the truth she has been avoiding about herself and Major Gilbert.
Violet once again travels off to a distant place for work and while she sees one old friend, her focus is getting to know and revealing herself to a new one.
It seems, officially, Violet has mastered being a doll. Leading to the next arc: Her being a cold-blooded killer.