I chose to do something different.
I got the idea for this video after reading about the many meanings the song has.
Iroha (not the Vocaloid) claims the song was written from the perspective of Rin "killing off" her inner "young" self in order to purge herself of the past and finally grow up. Sort of a cleansing of past sins.
Other fans say the song is about self-harm and use it as a cry for help. Others say it's a song from the perspective of a girl dealing with heartbreak, after a man has done her wrong, or in this case, abused her.
We have tons of Vocaloid songs about abuse, but not many videos where the victim gets revenge. So here, Rin fights back, in doing so, she saves Luka's life from a similar fate, but Rin also deals with the fear this has caused her. Fear of her attacker (played by Kiyoteru) and fear of the consequences of taking him out.
The song is very dark by itself, but the video I feel is darker. That's why I have age restricted it for now, because I am not comfortable with this being shown to younger YouTubers. But I wanted to show also that this DOES happen, and too often, we offer no solutions to the victims, much like how we offer no salvation in these songs for the Kagamines.
For those who are Kiyoteru fans, I do apologize that once again, I've played into the fan-made cliche of him being PedoBear, but he's a very versatile character. This is more or less an animated play, whereby Luka, Rin and Kiyoteru are actors, telling the story with movement.