Emma_85 wrote:Only the first part mind you... you don't need to see part 2 and 3 :wink: .
klewlis wrote:It's gnosticism, buddhism, nihilism, a fairy tale, a comic book, a sci fi, a gamer movie, an action movie, a romance, and a thousand other things sprinkled with a few classical and biblical allusions just to keep us on our toes. Not to mention the fact that it blew the lid off of all former cinematographic boundaries.
I love it.
Who is it that said artists are a culture's prophets?
mingshey wrote:Yeah, a Japanese anime "Neon Genesis Evangelion" uses symbolism of Kabbalah to the same ends. (And look, it criticises and tries to enlighten its own fans--anime otaku's-- at the finale!)