Aria the Crepuscolo

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: ARIA The CREPUSCOLO

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 5, 2021
Producers: Shochiku
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Manga
Genres: FantasyFantasy, Sci-FiSci-Fi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 1 hr.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.851 (scored by 11791,179 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #7632
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #5955
Members: 7,575
Favorites: 22

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Synopsis

The season is fall and the city of Neo-Venezia is covered in fallen leaves. Something is bothering Anya, who works at Orange Planet. Her senior colleagues Alice and Athena haven't seen each other due to their busy schedules, which is making Athena feel sad. But for some reason, Alice seems to be avoiding her altogether. With her friends Ai and Azusa's help, Anya tries to find a definitive way for Alice and Athena to get together. But during this time, Anya learns of a situation that only she can see because of where she stands.

(Source: Shochiku)

Background

ARIA The CREPUSCOLO is a brand new animated film that revolves around the members of Orange Planet. A brand new original story was written and illustrated by Kozue Amano specifically for the movie.

(Source: Shochiku)

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Satou, Junichi
Director, Screenplay
Natori, Takahiro
Director
Yasuno, Kiyono
Theme Song Performance
Amano, Kozue
Original Creator


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Opening Theme

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"Felicita (フェリチータ)" by Kiyono Yasuno (安野希世乃)
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Ending Theme

"echoes" by Kiyono Yasuno (安野希世乃)



Aug 28, 2021
johnbradshaw (All reviews)
I don't know why this short movie got such a criminally low score and I'm here to correct that. J.C Staff has never been known for producing great anime but I can confidently shout out with every ounce of my strength that Aria is an absolutely masterpiece. The same goes along with every other parts of the series.

The problems with drama in slice of life overall is its unnecessary and unnatural moments. As soon as they solved a misunderstanding, another one will occur or some unpleasant problems will immediately take place. Aria doesn't need that, it precisely understands that mundane life itself has too many read more
Aug 30, 2021
Gippy (All reviews)
This is the second part of the post-TV movie trilogy, taking place after the events of the 3 TV seasons (Animation/Natural/Origination) and the first post-TV "movie", Avvenire. But while Avvenire was divided into 3 20-minute episodes, Crepuscolo and the upcoming final part of the trilogy (Benedizone) are a 1-hour movie.

It's more Aria, which we would've never imagined happening after Aria the Origination in 2008. Origination wrapped up the journey of the main cast and their senior undines very nicely, and to this day, it is still considered one of the finest iyashikei (healing slice-of-life) shows ever produced. 3 years after Origination, the voice actress for read more
Aug 28, 2021
OugiRevolution (All reviews)
SPOILER FREE REVIEW:

I suppose since I've been waiting to watch this for over a year now, it's only right that I give this movie its first review. In Aria the Crepuscolo, the world of Neo-Venezia remains as magical as ever. Although it has fresh new visuals provided by the studio JC Staff, not an milligram of its old charm has been lost in the update. For all of those who have stuck with Aria throughout all the seasons and OVAs, this latest installment will prove to be anything but a disappointment.

The story of Aria the Crepuscolo focuses heavily around Athena and Alice of Orange Planet. read more
Aug 31, 2021
silvercorgibut (All reviews)
Aria and its seasons have been the best anime of my childhood and teen years, I loved every episode of it and re-watched many times. This movie has brought back so many beautiful memories! It has touched my heart and made me cry of nostalgia.
The art style was so new to me but I really enjoyed it. I loved seeing the characters in their mature years and the flashbacks to their student years; it feels like the grew older with me. The music sings you so many lullabies that bring back all the emotions the previous seasons gave me. I can't wait for the next read more

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