We finally made it. On the 100th episode and first part of the season finale of Get In The Mecha, let’s discuss the first part of The End of Evangelion (1997), directed by Hideaki Anno & Kazuya Tsurumaki. Blurring the lines between beast, human & robot, Anno & Tsurumaki’s direction and loads more this week.

Note: Thank You for supporting this podcast for one hundred episodes! Don’t really know what to say besides the fact that I’m extremely grateful for all the support and I can’t wait to see where this show goes in the future.

This episode contains spoilers (nge 1995 & eoe 1997):

Timestamps (Audio-Only Version):

0:00 – Intro

1:34 – A Bit Of Context

6:22 – Tackling Humanity

9:23 – Connection & Conflict

13:39 – The Iso Moment

17:15 – Atmospheric Direction

20:31 – Calm & Chaos

29:20 – Outro + Music Credits

Relevant Links:

The Iso Cut Mentioned This Episode (Sakugabooru)

Mitsuo Iso on Twitter (Twitter)

Music In This Episode:

Synth Wave by Alex by Alex McCulloch

Mandatory Overtime by Joth

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