So, I just finished watching Evangelion + End of Evangelion for the first time.
What the fuck? Can someone explain what I just saw? What was that entire second half of the movie?
Also are you the guy from ealier who made a thread about finishing NGE but not EoE?
Jewtube has lots of interpretation vids and so on, might want to check there.
A BIG FUCKING FISH
it isnt supposed to mean anything, theres really no concrete explanation at all
the creator stated repeatedly that the christian themes of the show are because its unknown and interesting in japan so man idk
>the ending of end of eva might be asuka/shinji representing adam/eve and have to repopulate humanity again
What's it like being a complete retard who can't pay attention to simple shit? It isn't supposed to mean anything? Are you fucking high?
That video is wrong in so many levels.
On another note, are the Rebuild movies any good? Or are they shit?
Instrumentality is the merging of all human souls into one single entity by breaking down the barriers between humans and returning them to Lilith's egg (Lilith being the source of all life on Earth etc. etc.) The barrier is the AT field, so by releasing an anti-AT field across the entire planet, Lilith breaks down all forms and takes in their souls.
Episodes 25/26 and EoE take place concurrently, with 25/26 being what it's like inside instrumentality, while EoE is roughly what's happening outside instrumentality. So anyone who is 'inside', i.e. has had their AT field broken down and is nothing but a soul, becomes a part of nothing and everything and each other. But what we see is mainly from Shinji's POV.
Shinji remains largely outside instrumentality, though 25/26 do show him inside it and he probably enters it shortly after Giant Naked Rei turns into Kaworu. GNR sent out clones of herself through time and space to take the form of people's most beloved other, to convince them to give up their individuality and to 'harvest' their souls, so to speak. It's while 'inside' that Shinji regains his willpower and his individuality, and fights back against instrumentality in order to re-emerge from the sea of LCL as his own person.
The final implication is that anyone can return from instrumentality, if they only have the will to do so. You need to be able to know and love yourself in order to be yourself.
On another note, this was basically Anno's middle finger to NGE fans, so any confusion you're feeling is intentional.
The Curse of Eva.
Let me rephrase Yui's monologue: as long as /a/ exists, more people will make daily WTFDIJW threads.
If Evangelion will still be a topic of discussion in 20 year it may well be mostly because of people making these threads and spreading the euanghelion
Also pic related
QUICK OP, ANSWER
red or blue?
OP you fucking faggot I swear to god
The Rebuilds are good as they are. If you're expecting the same amount of depth from them then you'll probably be dissapointed.
The moest of edges
Everyday until we like it.
>not posting original version
I showed rebuild 1 and 2 to my roommates that don't like animu, but they liked it and recognizes the octahedron as best object
Oh god, these interview are cringe-inducing on so many levels.
>all that spaghetti
>all that overanalysis
>fucking shipping inserted everywhere
Ramiel-kun > Asuka >= Misato > Rei
They are good for different reasons
Sure it backs off on the Freudian shit and isn't suffering 100% all of the time but I'd say it focuses well on the actual context better (you know how things work quicker than the original and to a greater extent. Like how they revealed Lilith like it wasn't a big deal) and imagery whereas the original is all about the narrative and personal interactions.
Beast mode is fucking silly though unless it actually has something to do with anything in the 4th movie.
>No comments on Rebuild
Rebuild in a nutshell
I;m just glad beast mode has something to do with actual beasts