The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 2

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The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 2
Directed by Shinsuke Takizawa
Produced by
  • Atsuhiro Iwakami
  • Hikaru Kondo
Screenplay by Masaki Hiramatsu
Story by Kinoko Nasu
Based on Kara no Kyōkai 
by Type-Moon
Starring
Music by
Production
  company
ufotable
Distributed by Aniplex
Release date(s)
  • August 8, 2009 (2009-08-08)
Running time 121 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 2 (空の境界 第七章 殺人考察(後) Kara no Kyōkai Dai-Nanashō: Satsujin Kōsatsu (Go)?) is a 2009 Japanese animated film produced by ufotable based on the Kara no Kyōkai novels by Kinoko Nasu. It is the seventh installment in the series, preceded by Oblivion Recording (2008) and followed by a sequel Future Gospel (2013).

Plot[edit]

Set after Oblivion Recorder, a new spate of ferocious murders has caught the eye of both Shiki and Daisuke, Mikiya’s cousin who investigated the murders before. Shiki wanders the back alleys of the business district, searching for the murderer and avoiding attacks by local thugs while Mikiya becomes more and more wor­ried about her, beginning his own investigation that takes him down a path populated by drug pushers and prostitutes. Flashback to the second movie, Mikiya is about to get killed by SHIKI but Soren Araya intervenes. SHIKI responds to this attacking Soren but only wounding him with a head cut. Araya says who really she was and the punishment she had done to him is to meet at the spiral of conflict (Fujino, Fujo, Shirazumi). SHIKI teriffied ran away and Mikiya follows. Mikiya caught her and makes a brief talk. SHIKI said something and again runs into the road to commit suicide by an incoming car. Mikiya runs to save her but is too late. Present time...the per­petrator, Lio Shirazumi, finds Shiki first but loses an arm in the resulting scuffle; retreating, he dis­covers Mikiya in his apartment which has become a madman’s shrine to Shiki. Shiki finds Lio's hideout and Lio was waiting for her. Shiki and Lio battled with knives until Shiki got the upper hand. Shiki is about to kill Lio when suddenly her memories came back due to Kurogiri's magic. Due to that pause, she was captured and tortured by Lio, still struggling with murderous urges, her salvation relies on Mikiya who may fall to Lio’s uncontrollable cravings. Shiki remembers what SHIKI said at the second film. SHIKI's reason for committing suicide was to protect SHIKI's and Shiki's of having a normal life with Mikiya. Also Shiki remembers her grandfather's last words to her that she could kill at least once in order to die as a human. In contrast, his grandfather killed so many people and killing him or himself makes him inhuman so he meet his end in a dark void. Mikiya comes to the scene however cannot go in the building because the front door was locked. He decides to get through by breaking one of the windows. He got in but was ambushed and clubbed by Lio. Lio begins to torture Mikiya by crushing his left leg and talks with Mikiya. He told Mikiya that Araya bestows to him the abandoned building filled with marijuana plants. He poisons Mikiya by him forcing to swallow a lethal dose of an illegal drug, that gives Mikiya a slow death. He gives Mikiya a chance to live by giving him a Bloodchip, a drug that would cause him to lose sanity after a few doses. Mikiya refuses Lio twice and he told him that he himself enjoyed being normal while he was weirdo for he was not fit being a serial manic. In other words, he was a complete opposite of Shiki. In a fit of anger, Lio slices through his left eye and Mikiya faints out. Lio leaves Mikiya dying and resumes torturing Shiki. Unfortunately, Shiki was able to get herself out by cutting her left thumb and begin to leave Lio. But Lio announces that Mikiya is right here. Realizing Mikiya died, Shiki turns back and decides to have a showdown against Lio. While being attacked and injured, Shiki thinks about Mikiya and her dreamy days with him. Then, she snaps back and uses her 'Mystic Eyes of Death Perception' skill, cutting Lio into pieces. Meanwhile, Mikiya survives and crawls until finds Shiki lying on the floor. Shiki was guilty of her sin and felt she would lose everything. Mikiya answered that he does not care and he said "I'll bear your sins in my place." (lines from movie3). He through himself from the day first Shiki smiled (movie 3) he will be always on her side forever. He ironically said the committed sin was wrong but it can't be prevented and he would not forgive her with no excuse. Then he picked up wounded Shiki in his arms and gave her a hug and said "Shiki, I won't let you go." Shiki cries joyfully and Mikiya hugs tight.

After credits, Shiki waits under a tree as one-eye Mikiya came out the hospital. Mikiya's injuries leaves him almost disabled for life. As they walk along, Mikiya remembers Shizume's prediction of his ill fate between his involvement with Shiki. The prediction came true but lost Mikiya an eye. He suddenly leans on Shiki to be his makeshift crutch. Shiki ask why she had to do this. Mikiya replied that if not she would not make her. Shiki excused herself that she had school tomorrow. Mikiya suddenly told her to skip school. Shiki suddenly reacted and laugh for his selfishness for her. Mikiya finally admits that he was selfishly in love with from the start. He said that he side-butted into Shiki's life and he expects her to not like it. But Shiki blushed and replied to that it was alright to Shiki. Mikiya stunned by her answer and he smiled at her. Then Shiki smiled back at him. They held hands together as they walked along the path with white cherry trees blossom.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Garden of Sinners: A Study in Murder – Part 2". The Anime Review. Archived from the original on December 25, 2013. Retrieved December 25, 2013. 

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