The importance of perspective and how others have a different perception of your own self then you have. The End of Evangelion : Commentary • "THE END OF EVANGELION" is the conclusion to "Neon Genesis Evangelion". The philosphy of freedom and subjectivity and objectivity in combination with perception, the psychology of self-esteem, how we define reality and ourselves. The next Angel, Armisael attacks, and attempts to merge itself with Unit-00, causing it to make contact with Rei's mind, as past Angels did with Shinji and Asuka. Evangelion began as a 26-episode anime television series but quickly evolved into a cottage industry of models, merchandise, feature-films, and even a sort of quasi-religion. (Topic ID: 9268) Episodes 25 and 26 of Evangelion are a psycho-drama that takes place during the instrumentality of mankind, where the barriers between people’s souls have been destroyed, and everyone’s consciousnesses are mingling together.

Each of the originals is about 24 minutes long (including OP and ED). The director cut versions for 21 and 22 are about 29 minutes long and do not have the theme song at the beginning. In the twenty-fourth episode of Evangelion, Shinji Ikari defeated the sixteenth and final Angel, a divine being in the shape of a boy his age named Kaworu Nagisa. Episode 23 DC version is about 25 minutes long and Episode 24 is about 26 minutes long.

In order to save Shinji, Rei self-destructs Unit-00 in order to destroy Armisael.

Can someone explain Neon Genesis Evangelion Episode 25 and 26 to me?

Seriously, NGE has got to be one of the most convoluted anime ever. The End of Evangelion was meant to replace or complement the original episodes 25 and … Also, what is the intrumentality project? "Tears" is the twenty-third episode of Neon Genesis Evangelion. Episode 25/26 It literally changed my view of the world back when I first watched it at the age of.....14 or 15. My english isn't really great so I have a hard time at understanding what's going on.

This movie is comprised of the two episodes 25' "Air" and 26' "Magokoro wo, kimi ni (Sincerely Yours/My Pure Heart for You)".

"Neon Genesis Evangelion," Episodes 25 and 26: Congratulations!

I don't get those 2 episodes really. I think it's a fragment of their minds that is being explained. Join the online community, create your anime and manga list, read reviews, explore the forums, follow news, and so much more! Following the last Angel's assault on her mind, Asuka sinks into a deep depression. ), but ultimately I was so completely wrapped up in these characters and their need to understand themselves that I was more than happy to spend the last 2 episodes diving into their psyches. After ep 26 I was definitely thinking of other ways it might've ended ("it would've been cool if X had done Y" etc.