Shinji's faggotry doomed everyone, right?
Man I don't even know anymore.
Did SEELE win at the the end or not??
I still remember one of the guys in the row miming "what's up" to his homies some some sort of hand motion towards the camera.
Pretty much. Shinji decided people should be able to come back if they want from the Tang, but only he and Asuka actually do so. SEELE basically got what they wanted.
Shinji rejected Instrumentality.
people who misunderstood EoE
And nothing changed at all.
>but only he and Asuka actually do so
No proof of that really. Maybe they just came back somewhere else. World's a big place. Or maybe they gonna stay tanged for a while then untang when they get sick of it.
That's some serious wishful thinking you've got there bro. I bet you think Shinji and Asuka lived a fulfilling life together after EoE too.
From what I understand, Shinji chooses Instrumentality to be optional. Those who wish to stay as part of the instrumentality may do so (remaining in the sea of LCL) and those who reject that can come back to being individuals like Shinji and Asuka did. I would also say the choice to remain in instrumentality is not permanent and people can come back at a later time if and when they feel it's worth it to be an individual again
I just finished re-watching the whole series/ EoE last week because I wanted to try to make sense of it and that's what my conclusion was. I thought of watching the Re-builds, but I do not think my mind can handle any more Eva for the time being.
Wait... How did they get the camera into the movie theater before the movie was made?
Anno's just kind of brilliant that way.
That was the audience for the previous movie.
>doubting the master
Timeloop theory was right. Evangelion is actually a sequel to a show made on a previous universe.
Maybe it was a preliminary screening with that part left out and then the reactions of those at the screening were put into the final version.
It was more like the instrumentality killed everyone, allowing them to be unified in a Heaven-like place/thing, but they could eventually get out of there (by resurrecting). They're saying that the existence of humanity is a cycle that starts in heaven, then come to the mortal plane where they fuck up, then come back to heaven and repeat.