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One of the most ravishing anime activities of the most recent couple of years was Kyoto Animation‘s Violet Evergarden, Netflix announced on Twitter that it will start streaming Violet Evergarden: Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll, a side story to the Violet Evergarden anime, on April 2. To share the news they released an English-subtitled version of a trailer that appeared in August.

The story spins around Auto Memory Dolls: people at first utilized by a researcher named Dr. Orland to help his visually impaired spouse Mollie recorded as a hard copy of her books, and later employed by other individuals who required their administrations. Right now, the term alludes to the business of composing for other people. The story pursues Violet Evergarden’s adventure of reintegrating once more into society after the war is finished and her quest for her life’s motivation since she is never again a trooper so as to comprehend the final words her major, Gilbert, had advised her: “I love you.”

Minako Kotobuki plays Isabella York, the scion to the incredible and honorable place of York who is negative about her future, and who holds no adoration for Violet, her new educator. Aoi Yūki plays Taylor Bartlett, a young lady with no family who comes to visit Violet. The fundamental cast individuals from the TV anime likewise returned for this side story. Minori Chihara played out the anime’s theme song “Amy.”

Kyoto Animation’s new Violet Evergarden: The Movie anime film will open in Japan on April 24.