Even with everything being so classic it seems like we have a likable adventure story on our hands.
This may be more up Mike’s alley, but this story seems to take place similar to Europe before or during WWI, except we see a WWII plane here as well.
Vil, an perhaps ordinary young boy, who’s the friend of Allison, a not so ordinary girl who’s a pilot, and their adventure begins.
The only thing I’d like to point out is that in the ages before this one, the boy would’ve been the one starting the adventure, but in this great age of Otakus, the girl begins the adventure.
I don’t want to talk much at all at the risk of having no one reading and no comments – oh wait, I’m well hated…AH! Anyway, I highly recommend a watch on your own, and then decide if this adventure is worth your time at all.
It’s no Ghibli, but it’s refreshing that they’re going back to a very classic device that anime used to use in ages past (read: 70s and 80s). And the inspirational and adventure soundtrack may draw some of you (MIke, give this one a shot) in.