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Hetalia Movie: America and England's Past, Present and Future

Petition published by Rok on Aug 28, 2011
1365 Signatures 
Target: Himaruya Hidekaz, FUNimation
Region: GLOBAL

Petition Background (Preamble):

Throughout the anime of Hetalia, no two characters have had the most beautiful and also painful memories as England and America. These two are usually the favorite among all the other historical pairs for many reasons. One of them being there's a tender side to England we only see when he raised America.

The Revolutionary War hurt the two, splitting them apart forever, yet now, they act as if it never happened. They seem too neutral, therefore it makes us wonder. Did they find a resolve after the Revolution or are they keeping their pain from each other?


After the Revolution, the brotherly relationship between England and America dissolved away, creating a new relationship, one that is awkward and kind of needing rebuilding little by little. We, the supports and fans of England and America, would like a Hetalia movie about the two.

About their past, how close they were and what brought America to want his freedom from England. What did England do after America left him crying in the rain? When the next time they met after the war?
About their present, did they stop calling each other brother because it's attached to that painful memory? It would give a great emotional depth to the story. It's obvious England doesn't hate America, but what are the real feelings?

Finally about their future, what relationship will they have? Are they going to try to rebuild their brotherly love or is it long forgotten?

The Hetalia Movie: America and England's Past, Present and Future petition to Himaruya Hidekaz, FUNimation was written by Rok and is in the category Television at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

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