Funimation officially confirms at the Ohayocon 2020 event on Saturday that the Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll anime film will get a special screening in the United States in the early days on 2020.
The film will get screenings with English subtitles.
While the anime was initially scheduled to screen in Japan for about fourteen days just beginning on September 6, it screened for at any rate five weeks.
The Violet Evergarden I: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll film, in the long run, earned a total aggregate of 641,980,500 yen (around US$5.98 million).
Funimation officially portrays the film:
“Violet Evergarden comes to a private women’s academy to tutor Isabella in the ways of being a lady. Heir to the York family, Isabella feels trapped in this new and uncomfortable world. She still grieves for the only person to ever bring her happiness – now lost to her. Violet’s lessons do give her a brief respite from the melancholy but with the absence of joy, how long does it take to truly heal?”