What happened at the end of Akira?

What happened at the end of Akira?

In the end of the film, when Tetsuo comes into the presence of Akira’s true power, he transforms into a horrific amorphous giant of flesh, cells, and organs, marking that his human form is being usurped by the galactic force of Akira.

Is the movie Akira based on a true story?

Akira is an anime inspired by a real-life catastrophe, but it’s not the only anime that based its plot on true events. Fact is usually stranger than fiction, but in the case of anime, the truth led to things wilder than ever imagined.

Is Akira a horror movie?

Tetsuo experiences body horror in Akira. Being a huge fan of horror films, I appreciated the large elements of horror that were contributed to the plot of this movie. This film also includes a great deal of gore and blood as the strong arm of the military and the biker gangs wreak havoc throughout Neo-Tokyo.

Is Akira alive?

Akira goes on to fight Ryo, who reveals himself to be a disguised Satan. 20 years after the extinction of the human race, Akira engages Satan in battle, after which his army is defeated and he dies at the hands of Ryo.

What happened to Kaori in Akira?

Kaori overhears plans made by Tetsuo’s Aide to overthrow Tetsuo and take over the Great Tokyo Empire. She tries to warn Tetsuo, but she is fatally shot in the back by Kaminari, one of Tetsuo’s comrades, in order to prevent her from warning him. Tetsuo learns of this and punishes the conspirators by killing them.

Does the world end in Akira?

Akira, the titular character who makes an appearance at the very end of the film, is responsible for the white ball of energy that destroys Tokyo. World War III ensued following Akira’s psychic catastrophe and Neo-Tokyo was rebuilt amid the ruins of Tokyo.

Who is the villain of Akira?

Tetsuo (born July 23, 2004), full name Tetsuo Shima (島 鉄雄, Shima Tetsuo), is the main antagonist of Akira. He evolves from Kaneda’s best friend and gang member to his nemesis. He is involved in an accident at the very beginning of the story, which causes him to display immense psychic powers.

Is Akira worth watching?

On this fourth viewing, Akira reveals itself to be one of the best science fiction movies ever made, one of the best Japanese movies I’ve ever seen, maybe the best (and I have seen a lot), and easily the best animated film I’ve ever seen. It also stands now, in my opinion, as one of the greatest masterpieces in cinema.