This final episode delves into Sawa’s past, and continues the story in present time as well. Issues arise within the assassin group between one another.
The story is rather compacted, but sharply focused on vital elements. Action scenes are plentiful, and each one packs emotion.
It has it moments that leave things up to interpretation too.
The same material as the first episode. It can be looked at as pedophilia that ties more into the depressing relationships between characters.
Art-wise, they use more advanced techniques compared to the first half of the story. I will say it’s better quality because of that.
Flawless sound, just like the first episode. Everything from rain drops to voices in the english dub, and even the suiting music; are perfection.
It’s a wonderfully told story that has guts to explore uncomfortable areas of reality. There is a bit of a love story that builds, so it’s not all brutal material. It actually balances out quite well.
Kite is overall a high quality and entertaining experience, that is a very memorable cult-classic.