An eerie finish (?) to the Madoka series that keeps the curveballs coming. Inu Curry's unsettling abstract animation is back and Yuki Kajiura's soundtrack is phenomenal, but the story can be tricky to follow.
Do you ever have those shows or games that you go through and they just stick with you for like, months? This is one of those.
Definitely a product of early 2000s anime. Tries to be deep, dark, philosophical, and does a decent job. Action gets bland, but if you feel like taking on a slow burn mystery that doesn't require too much attention, it's decent. Music is stellar.