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Violet Evergarden Side Story Anime Gets Screening in Thailand in November, December

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Film opens with special screening on November 30, December 1, regular screening on December 12

Thai film distributor Japan Anime Movie (JAM) Thailand announced last Friday that it will screen Haruka Fujita and Kyoto Animation's Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Auto Memories Doll (Violet Evergarden Gaiden: Eien to Jidō Shuki Ningyō), a side story to the Violet Evergarden anime, in Thailand with a special screening on November 30 and December 1, followed by a regular screening beginning on December 12. JAM Thailand is streaming a Thai-subtitled trailer for the film.

Purple Plan previously hinted at a screening of a Violet Evergarden anime in Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

The new anime's story centers on Isabella, the heir to a noble house. She attends a school for well-groomed young women, under a "contract" with her father. To her, this beautiful place where white camelias bloom is nothing more than a prison. Having resigned all hope and expectations for her future, Isabella meets her new manners teacher, Violet Evergarden.

Minako Kotobuki plays Isabella York, the scion to the great and noble house of York who is pessimistic about her future, and who holds no love for Violet, her new teacher. Aoi Yūki plays Taylor Bartlett, a girl with no family who comes to pay Violet a visit. The main cast members from the television anime also returned for this side story. Minori Chihara performed the the anime's theme song "Amy."

While the anime was originally slated to screen in Japan for two weeks only starting on September 6, it screened for at least five weeks. The film eventually earned a cumulative total of 641,980,500 yen (about US$5.98 million).

The anime held its world premiere as planned at the AnimagiC convention in Mannheim, Germany, which ran on August 3 and 4. The AnimagiC organizers said that they continued the screening "at the express request of the studio."

Sources: JAM Thailand's Facebook page and YouTube channel


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