A criticism of the film went viral in various comment forums Kimetsu no Yaiba: Mugen Ressha-hen and published by the British newspaper The guard. The review was shared with the title «British newspaper reviews the film Kimetsu no Yaiba without knowing anything about anime or original story».

Kimetsu no Yaiba

«If, like me, you haven't seen 2019's hit Japanese series Kimetsu no Yaiba, let alone read the manga series it is based on, then you may find it hard to understand what's in this episode of Lange Duration is going on. But even if you don't dive into Google to find out the back story, it isn't that hard to find out. or at least one can tell the good from the bad».

«Good guys have huge eyes, albeit with strange polygonal shapes and strange iris colors., while evil demons often have kanji characters for where their students should be, as well as shape-shifting skills. The latter also have hard-to-define but downright "evil" voices while nice guys tend to be staccato, with a tendency to make uncomfortable explanations like, "Although this is the first time we haven't seen you, I don't like you anymore."».

«As in Train to Busan, the action takes place mainly in a train in which the demon hunters: the dark-skinned and magenta-eyed hero Tanjirou Kamado, his gentle demon sister Nezuko, the pretty blond boy Zenitsu Agatsuma undma the screaming half-man-half-animal boy Inosuke Hashibira; You will meet Master Assassin Kyojuro, who has skills that are close to fire».

«Blink a little, relax your mind, and you may find a poignant allegory in this film that happens to correspond to our own collective emergence from the dreamy, hypnotic pause of closed life in which oversleeping and dreaming of dead loves would have can be new socket».

Fountain: The guard

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