This is an anime production, it was premiered in Japan on January 12th is the continuation of the story Heaven's feel I. This installment focuses on the ever-ongoing war for the Holy Grail and delves into the romantic and sentimental relationship between Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou. Two teenagers who are part of this eternal conflict, the plot continues in the immediate time of his predecessor, following Shirou after being eliminated as a teacher and while continuing to participate in the war for the Holy Grail. This is the second film of the Heaven's Feel trilogy. The Story was written by Kinoko Nasu, directed by Tomonori Sudō, made by the Ufotable Company and distributed by Aniplex.
At its premiere in Japan, it immediately positioned itself at the top of the box office, selling in 363,080 tickets in less than three days earning the sum of $ 5.55 million dollars (¥ 602,841,741), this film surpassed the first film of the trilogy get 18% more on their opening weekend and 12% more on ticket sales. He beat the Pressage Flower record by raising 1 billion yen with only 12 days on the charts.
Outside the borders of Japan the film has raised $ 962,793, thus raising the gross amount of the film to $ 14,502,793.
As for the critics and the fans, he has had the most diverse opinions on the one hand, there are those who defend that it was a very good movie, clarifying certain things that in the previous film or others of the saga were not explained, defending the effects visuals and the musicalization of the piece as well as all the interesting twists (Discover that Shinji abuse of Sakura), and the good content in the narrative. The film itself is quite captivating, dark and somewhat sinister, with its good dose of melodrama and scenes somewhat exaggerated as those of the fights between Berseker vs. Saber or that of Lancer vs Asassin. On the other hand, his detractors mention the lack of scenes of action and fight, the omission of many of Illya's dialogues, how much they concentrated on Sakura's melodrama giving her a certain protagonist and giving the film a "novelistic" touch, short time they gave Gilgamesh on the screen and the plot of Heavens feels; as well as, arguing that the first movie was better done.
While it is entertaining as its predecessors, we will look forward to the third and final part of the Heaven's Feel saga to see how they conclude with this story.