Ōtomo's direction is once again excellent, whether it be capturing the tranquillity of a forest retreat or the fierceness of a final battle that kicked serious levels of ass he had an eye for what mattered. The choreographers also earn themselves copious amounts of praise and admiration.
It's mostly about Kenshin and his accountability, but the story breaks from that occasionally, enabling the secondary characters to prove their mettle.
The music was a blend of traditional sitting comfortably alongside modern.
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