How does the history of Japan and the anxieties of that nation after Hiroshima, Nagazaki and the end of WWII influences the plot, the developing of the characters and/or the visual composition of Evangelion: 1.11 You Are Not Alone? Describe at least 2 scenes from the film and connect them to your ideas.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 8:15 am ad1c9bdddf
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Yes, I definitely infer that the complex and violent history of Japan and the deep anxieties of that nation after Hiroshima, Nagazaki, and the end of WWII strongly influence and permeate the plot, the development of the characters, and the visual composition of Evangelion: 1.11: You Are Not Alone. Most notably, I feel that the significant psychological complexity of the protagonist, especially serves to symbolize that post-war tumultuous mindset, mixed with apprehension and nearly a PTSD ...
300 words of personal notes are given to validate some possible connections within the film's plot and characters to Japan's anxieties after Hiroshima, Nagazaki and the end of WWII.