Final Challenge of Evangelion Is a Must-Watch Documentary

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The anime industry is fascinating, but rarely do viewers get to look beyond the curtain and see the behind-the-scenes workings that lead to the shows we all know and love. This is doubly so for American fans, as most making-of content is relegated to rarely-translated DVD extras or TV show segments.


However, one anime documentary bucks the trend by giving viewers a glimpse behind-the-scenes of Evangelion: 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time, one of the most highly-anticipated anime movies to…

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