Children of Ether Film Review :
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Follow Rhonda, a woman with a dark past and a mysterious power, as she is pursued by an unknown assailant after the death of her father. Aided only by her wits and a pair of orphans, she journeys through a decaying, dystopian metropolis populated by raiders, gangs, and the supernatural. As she struggles to survive in this harsh urban tangle, she meets both friends and enemies, and searches for answers about this power, “The Ether”, awakening within her.
I’ve just observed the principal scene, yet it’s quite great. The voice acting is English, and shockingly, the voices are something other than endurable to tune in to. They even got REAL kid voice performers (or perhaps just grown-ups who are fantastically great at voicing youngsters).
The scene itself was fascinating. At in the first place, it was a shaking – the scenes were changing too quick and it felt like the anime required two or three casings between activity groupings to improve it stream, yet later on in scene this isn’t an issue.
The characters are presented acceptably. None of that, “My name is blah, blah. blah, and I’m a blah, blah, blah, in my third year of secondary school,” horse crap where everything about their identity is presented inside 10 seconds of exhausting discourse. While they introduced a great deal about the kids in the 5 minutes of screen time they had, it didn’t feel AS constrained as some other anime. What’s more, a considerable measure of their identity radiated through their activities, as opposed to their words, which I appreciated.
The epsiode itself wasn’t the best, a considerable measure was presented in the 15 minutes of screen time which could have been attracted out longer to improve it stream, however it left some interest. It felt buzzword, a memory of more established tragic anime, however I’ll unquestionably watch the following scene.