Kara no Kyoukai 7: Satsujin Kousatsu (Kou)

Alternative Titles

English: the Garden of sinners Chapter 7: Murder Speculation Part B
Synonyms: Kara no Kyoukai: The Garden of Sinners Movie 7, Borderline of Emptiness: Murder Speculation (Part 2), The Garden of Sinners: ...not nothing heart
Japanese: 劇場版 空の境界 the Garden of sinners 第七章『殺人考察(後)』


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 8, 2009
Producers: Notes
Licensors: Aniplex of America
Studios: ufotable
Source: Light novel
Duration: 2 hr. 1 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


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the main protagonists in both share the same name and the ability to see lines which once cut the whole object crumbles. they both have this dark feel to them and involve a series of murders. if you haven't watch neither i suggest you watch kara no kyoukai first as it is a vastly superior story with better developed characters, drama, and romance. 
report Recommended by Morita
Random simplistic story but with awesome animation! 
report Recommended by mastertek
Interplay between Main Characters and Love Interests is similar. Both have Neo-Noir themes. 
report Recommended by secondtooth
Both series were performed by ufotable Both were written by Kinoko Nasu and take place in very similar universe. Their characters using mystical and magical powers. Both animes have a romance between the two main characters (Shiki-Kokuto / Shirou-rin) Both animes are very dark, violent and psychological. 
report Recommended by TanakaTari
Artwork in both anime have great resemblances, due to the fact that both stories are written by Type-Moon. These anime feature a world where magic exists, and can be used be a given few people. Furthermore, the female protagonists are sword/knife-wielding bad-ass without descending into the usual dere stereotypes. 
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
(Of course I mean the whole KnK series, not just the final movie.) These titles are similar in many ways. First, they share a gloomy atmosphere, occult themes, rivers of blood & lots of other horrors. Second, both are truly stunning artworks featuring all modern achievements in the field of animation. Third, the plot: the two stories are equally unpredictable, with unexpected sharp turns and mind-blowing endings, and also connected by themes of love, sacrifice and redemption. And last — but definitely not least — the brilliant music by Yuki Kaiura. 
report Recommended by Forion
In both, Another and Kara no Kyoukai (all 7 films), you get the same feeling, that creepy and scary feeling. Both are masterpieces in their genre (horror, supernatural, etc.) and they are worth your time to watch them. They also have gore parts in where you can see how the person is actually dying, or how their extremities are cut and stuff. As I just said, they're masterpieces that no one should miss. 
report Recommended by estefyrgzz