The eleventh episode of the last season of Attack of the giants he continues his race to the grand finale with small steps, and does so with a transitional but very significant episode. The level of depth and writing of the work is now at very high levels and he is able to reason on complex questions such as the relativism of war and the very meaning of racism, and it is extraordinary to see how he manages to do this in a Product. intended for mass consumption. . In short, we are talking about an episode once again masterful, which confirms all the value of a work like Attack on Titan.
Attack of the Giants 4 × 11 comes out today on VVVVID and begins immediately with a strong scene, by the way lively and beautifully performed by technical composition and intensity of direction. Gabi and Falco, locked up in prison, orchestrate a textbook escape: the girl pretends to be sick, an Eldian soldier sincerely worried about her condition opens the cell and approaches, the Marleyana beats him to death with a brick until it breaks him head. Never mind that Hawk points out that the man had been nice to her: he is an eldian demon and must die.
They then go into the woods, Falco tells Gabi to keep a low profile, but she can’t. because all eldian demons must die. The two argue, Gabi is irritated with Falco because the young man should not have followed her if she had wanted to live. ‘Cause she would die but it doesn’t matter as long as all eldian demons die.
Then a girl arrives, Falco tells his friend not to discover her and pretends to be an eldian who ran away from home with his younger sister. They are welcomed into a farm that houses war orphans, they receive kindness and a hot meal, but Gabi cannot, does not eat and does not allow herself to be touched, because those with whom she is dirty eldian demons who just have to die.
Then a revelation, an opening and a dialogue. Falco and Gabi meet a colleague of his who shows him the most innocent and dramatic side of Paradis: For every Eldian terrorist who massacred the Marleyan people in the attack on Liberio, there is also a poor man who has nothing to do with the war. For every demonic Eldian who a hundred years ago brought the Marley nation to its knees, today there are innocents living in Paradis who are serving a century-old crime that they not only never committed, but even ignored their existence.
So far and so close
In short, while in other moments of episode 11 the horizontal plot of Attack of the Giants 4 is developed and the scenario in which the final battle will take place is specified, the episode available on VVVVID as of February 23 focuses on issues of great impact and surprisingly current. And above all, it proposes some sensational intertwines with the past that give more depth to the exchanges between the characters involved. IS the quality of the dialogues, Above all, to surprise by the intensity and effectiveness with which the anime (and obviously also the original manga) tells the darker side of the war, beautifully framing the best and the worst of the factions involved, proposing a not obvious rhetoric. on the sense and justice of the sins of the parents that fall on the children, or the weight of responsibility that positions like the control carry. So it is also in Hange’s story that the incredible refinement of a narrative emerges that strikes even as the rhythm of the play becomes surprisingly smooth. An intense, exciting and beautiful episode in the aspect of the problems, but also exceptional in the technical aspect. Between music according to the staging and, above all, drawings of the highest level, enhanced by the usual and excellent close-ups, Attack on Titan Final Season travels slowly towards an epilogue that we cannot wait to see on screen, waiting to Understand. what news will the future of the animated franchise hold for us once we get to the elusive (and now closed) sixteenth episode.