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The film, Violet Evergarden Gaiden – Eternity and Auto Memory Dolls, is an animated film in two parts, in which Violet – an android – teaches Isabella – a student at a gated academy – manners, etiquette and dance skills, and assists Taylor – a young orphan – to reconnect with her estranged sister. The film is in Japanese with English subtitles.
The film contains thematic explorations of loss and abandonment, as well as references to human trafficking.
In one section of the film, an android's hand is slapped.
The film contains a few instances of very mild sexualised imagery, in which female characters are viewed bathing.
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