Back again with another post, this time it’s an afterword! Can you guys believe the last one was almost two months ago? Surprising.

Well onto the post, I managed to watch the latest film by Madhouse and TMS Entertainment — for those unaware, these are the same fine studios that brought us the brilliant Redline, Summer Wars, The Girl Who Lept Through Time, and Akira among others — titled To Aru Hikuushi e no Tsuioku or Remembrances for a Certain Pilot, though I believe the US release title will be called, “The Princess and the Pilot.”

The plot of the film, taken straight from Wikipedia: Koroku Inumura’s original war romance light novel revolves around Charles Karino, a Revaamu Empire mercenary aerial pilot who mans the twin-seater reconnaissance seaplane Santa Cruz. One day, he receives a preposterous assignment: to fly solo over 12,000 kilometers of enemy waters to protect a girl named Fana del Moral. Fana happens to be the next in line to the empire’s throne.

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