Hungkat’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I don't want to die"
The end can be the new beginning as far as you want to live.
I don't know...I don't know...I'm on the verge of tears but I won't be able to tell you why. The feeling is like being sucked into the loneliest place on earth, swallowed by the crimson tides of desolation, and imprisoned within the introspective vacuum of no return. The End of Evangelion brings about an apocalypse that picks apart my brain and squishes it into orange juice. Comfort and suffering, sadness and exultation, love and hatred, death and rebirth - its imagery is obscured, unrivaled and horrifyingly designed with a purpose of scrambling up your emotions and piercing straight through your psyche. And yet, it is so cathartically done -
Don't cry Shinji, or else I'm gonna cry