The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light on Netflix Review: What You Should Know Before Watching It Without Spoilers. Under the direction of Takayuki Hamana, The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light is the animated film rendition of the manga The Seven Deadly Sins, which is written by Nakaba Suzuki, who is also responsible for its illustrations.
The film was released in Japan on July 2, 2021, but it started streaming on Netflix on October 1, 2021. The film’s plot is based on the 23rd and 24th chapters from the fourth season of the manga, which will essentially be focusing on its ending.
By taking the help of ‘Dragon Sin of Wrath’ Melidas and the rebels of history who are the worst of its kind, the Seven Deadly Sins, the ‘Holy Water’ where the four races which include Humans, Goddesses, Fairies and Giants were fighting against Demons has finally come to an end. By paying the cost of “Lion Sin of Pride,” Escanor’s life, the Demon King ceased to exist, and the world was back to its peaceful environment.
After this, the sins decide to go in their own directions; first, the ‘Boar Sin of Gluttony’ Merlin started working with King Arthur, aiming to create a new Kingdom.
Princess Elizabeth and Meliodad were traveling together to a place of memories. On his way, he, by fate’s will, has a reunion with his brother Zeldris, who is younger than him. On the other hand, the preparations for the wedding ceremony of Harleguin’ Bear Sin of Sloth’, and Diane, the ‘Serpent Sin of Envy’ was ongoing at a ceremonial hall which is considered as blessed by both “Fox Sin of Greed” Ban and “Goat Sin of Lust” Gowther.
Suddenly, the Earth started rumbling, and a voice began to echo, saying that the Seven Deadly Sins deserved to be punished for ruining the Holy water, and all those who helped them to do so will also be punished.
At this highly anticipated moment, the audience will find out what truly happens to the Seven Deadly Sins and how their lives get affected by this voice, which is determined to punish them and create chaos in the otherwise peaceful world.
Let Us Meet The Actors Who Lend Their Voices
In the Japanese version, Yuki Kaji lends his voice to Meliodas; for English, it was Bryce Papenbrook. In the role of Elizabeth Liones, Japanese voice actor Sora Amamiya lends her voice. For the English version, it is Erika Harlacher.
Tatsuhisa Suzukilend his voice to Ban in the Japanese version and, for English, it was Benjamin Diskin. In the role of Diane, Japanese voice actor Aoi Yūki lends her voice. For the English version, it is Erica Mendez.
The movie, with its impressive animation, has successfully impressed its audience. The action scenes have a smooth representation, and the transition from one scene to another is hassle-free. Additional is the good plot which evoked excitement in the audience, and the elements of fantasy, which is an all-time favorite of fans, were the cherry on the cake.