Golden Wind - Episode 20

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The Boss's Last Orders (ボスからの最終指令, Bosu kara no Saishū Shirei)[1] is the twentieth episode of Golden Wind and the one hundred thirty third episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. The episode covers from Chapter 516 to Chapter 519 of the original manga, though without the first half of Chapter 519.

Team Bucciarati reaches San Giorgio Maggiore where Bucciarati is supposed to deliver Trish to her father. Soon, Bucciarati discovers the Boss's true intentions.


Trish looking up at the bell tower

Team Bucciarati has gathered and acquired the final instructions to deliver Trish to her father. The team must bring her to the San Giorgio Maggiore church within 15 minutes of activating the disc, with one member accompanying her to the top of the belfry while the others remain inside of their boat. Moreover, said protector mustn't bring any weapon or communication tool with him. As they reach the San Giorgio Maggiore island, the team begins to wonder how they will enjoy their well-earned vacation in Venice, only for Bucciarati to severely remind them that the mission is not over yet and that the last assassin may be lurking near. Giorno suddenly volunteers to accompany Trish, only to be shut down by Abbacchio who claims that Bucciarati should have the honor instead. Indeed, neither Giorno nor Bucciarati have kept their ultimate goal in sight and Trish's delivery is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to approach the Boss. Thus, Bucciarati asks Giorno for one of his brooches as a "good luck charm", Giorno understanding the hint and giving him a brooch which Gold Experience has turned into a living thing to track it.

Trish is worried about what will happen once she meets her father

Entering the empty church, Bucciarati and Trish eventually reach the elevator toward the top of the belfry but their walk is interrupted when Trish succumbs to the pressure and hesitates stepping inside of the elevator. Anxious about what is about to happen to her, Trish is told that she will probably change identity and hide in a safe haven. Moreover, Bucciarati reassures her that the Boss is sure to love her as any father would for his child. Bucciarati sees that the elevator has almost reached the top of the elevator. Suddenly, he realizes that Trish has disappeared and that only her severed arm remains in his hand. All along, the Boss had planned to personally kill Trish to get rid of her.

A younger Bucciarati about to kill a thug

Bruno Bucciarati's past is unveiled. Bucciarati was once an ordinary child, the son of a humble fisherman. When he was seven, his parents divorced and despite his mother's plea, Bucciarati had the insight to see that his father was the most heartbroken and he chose to stay by his side to support him. But when he was 12, tragedy struck his family again. Bucciarati's father accidentally surprised a drug dealer in the middle of business, then shot down only to escape by a hair's breadth thanks to a coast guard and he ended up in a hospital. The drug dealers came back to finish him off, but the young Bucciarati had stood watch and stabbed both men in cold blood to defend his father. With that crime, he was thus forced to join a gang for protection. Initially believing Passione to be righteous, he subsequently discovered that not only did they sell drugs, but that the Boss, the man that Bucciarati believed to be righteous and the true form of justice, was the one behind the drug trade that ended his father's life the entire time.

In the now, Bucciarati realizes once again how monstrous The Boss truly is and how he only used Bucciarati to fulfill his own selfish desires. Deciding that he had enough, Bucciarati vows to kill the Boss and gives chase, looking down the elevator shaft through a zipper. Unable to see The Boss's face and certain that he will kill Trish shortly, Bucciarati manages to let the brooch fall and pin itself to the Boss's coat, then slides down the elevator and zips to a dark crypt, actually overtaking the Boss and waiting in ambush behind a column.

"I'd like to show you something... as a parting gift."

However, the Boss addresses Bucciarati directly, warning him to step down on the threat of death. Taken by surprise, Bucciarati leaps out of his hiding spot and tries to punch his foe with Sticky Fingers, only to see that he has disappeared and an unseen Stand has intercepted his arm, threatening to break it. He releases himself from the grip by zipping his arm, but when he cuts the column, no one is here. The unseen Boss asks again why Bucciarati is attacking him, but Bucciarati is too disgusted to bother answering him. Taking out a cell phone he's hidden inside of his body, Bucciarati contacts Giorno to track the location of the Boss, only for Giorno to tell him that he's very close. Bucciarati cuts another column to finally unmask the Boss, but to his shock sees a reflection of himself. King Crimson, the Stand of the Boss then emerges from the shadows, eclipsing its master's features. Presenting his ability to erase time, King Crimson then punches through Bucciarati's stomach as he screams in agony.


Paolo Bucciarati
(1st appearance) (Flashback) (Death)
Bruno's Mother
(1st appearance) (Flashback)
Drug Dealers
(1st appearance) (Flashback) (Death)


Script (脚本)
津田 尚克
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
亀井 隆広
Episode Director (演出)
亀井 隆広
Chief Animation Director (総作画監督)
石本 峻一
田中 春香
Animation Director (作画監督)
姉崎 早也花
千葉山 夏恵
木下 由衣
横山 謙次
高阪 雅基
石本 峻一
鈴木 勘太
森田 莉奈
Action Animation Director (アクションディレクター)
鈴木 勘太
Key Animation (原画)
Kentaro Ishikawa
Kazuki Kimura
Nobuo Takahashi
Masashi Nomura
Yuu Kaneshiro
Tomoko Kitagawa
Shingo Fujisaki
Yoshihiro Itoo
Kazuyo Nakamura
Yusuke Adachi
Yuta Shinohara
Kaito Mogi
Ryosuke Kimiya
Daiki Fujii
Kumiko Kawahara
Kanta Suzuki
石川 健太郎
木村 和貴
高橋 伸郎
野村 雅史
金城 優
北川 知子
藤崎 真吾
伊東 佳宏
中村 和代
安達 祐輔
篠原 佑太
茂木 海渡
木宮 亮介
藤井 大輝
河原 久美子
鈴木 勘太
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
Kanako Baba
Nanami Hakoda
Kyoko Nishimura
Midori Matsumoto
Tomoyoshi Murayama
Mizuki Miyata
Sayaka Anesaki
Hiromi Kabashima
Nana Yamazaki
Mahora Muraki
Masako Ishino
Kenta Kushida
Natsue Chibayama
Masaki Takasaka
Takeshi Sakashita
Miyuki Kawano
Kazuki Takehisa​
Masami Gohda
Kohei Ashiya
Youki Ebisu
Saori Nemoto
Triple A
Studio Massket
馬場 可奈子
箱田 ななみ
西村 香子
松本 緑
村山 友良
宮田 瑞生
姉崎 早也花
椛島 ひろみ
山崎 菜奈
村木 麻保良
石野 まさ子
串田 健太
千葉山 夏恵
高阪 雅基
坂下 岳
河野 美由紀
武永 一輝
合田 真さ美
芦谷 耕平
胡 陽樹
根本 沙織
Triple A
In-between Animation Inspection (動画チェック)
Asahi Production (旭プロダクション)
Toru Takano
Yuan Li Li
高野 徹
李 媛莉

David Production

Nana Nomiya
Haruka Watanabe
野宮 菜那
渡邉 はるか
In-between Animation (動画)
Digital In-Between Animation
David Production
Sho Tamae
Shun Takahashi
Mito​ Ichikawa​​
Daichi ​Imai
玉栄 翔
高橋 俊
市河 碧都​
今井 大地​
Powered by CACANi
Asahi Production
Studio Massket
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
Hirohisa Onikubo
Sayaka Anesaki
Yu Matsuo
鬼窪 浩久
姉崎 早也花
松尾 優
David Production
Mai Nakazono
Natsuki Horimoto
Nobuhiro​ Matsuda
Ryo Ohashi
Kayo Kudou
中園 麻衣
堀本 夏生
松田 寛弘
大橋 遼
工藤 かよ
UWAN Pictures
Nana Watanabe
Misui Takayama
Asuka Ishibashi
Saya Fukase
渡邊 奈々
高山 美翠
石橋 明日香
深瀬 沙哉
Digital Works (デジタルワークス)
David Production
P. Taweeporn
Tomoaki Makitera
Nobuhiro​ Matsuda
Tetsuya Kasajima
Yukana​ Mori
牧寺 智昭
松田 寛弘
笠嶋 徹也
森 悠哉

Komugi Takatsuki
Maki Shimagata
高槻 こむぎ
島方 真紀


Golden Wind Episode 20: The Boss's Last Orders
Start End Title OST Description

Fighting Gold
Fighting Gold
Golden Wind: Overture
Bruno's team on a boat
Golden Wind: Overture
Bruno reads the disc's instructions
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Mista and Narancia discuss food
Golden Wind: Overture
Giorno gives Bucciarati his brooch
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Bruno and Trish enter the church
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Trish worries about meeting her father
Golden Wind: Overture
Bucciarati is betrayed by The Boss
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Golden Wind: Overture
Bucciarati's past
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Bruno's parents get divorced
Golden Wind: Overture
Bruno's father gets sent to hospital
Golden Wind: Overture
Bucciarati becomes a member of Passione
lotta feroce
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Bruno chases The Boss
Golden Wind: Finale
Bucciarati witnesses King Crimson's ultimate ability
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Next Episode Title

Manga/Anime Differences

  • After Bucciarati asks how long until they arrive, Fugo has a line added specifying they are almost at Rialto Bridge.
  • Bucciarati recalling all the members of the Hitman Team they have faced so far and concluding that there is only one member remaining has been cut.
  • Fugo mentioning them not eating for two days and wanting to try Venetian wine is omitted. Mista saying Venetian pizza is not good is also omitted.
  • A brief moment before Bucciarati and Trish depart is added where Fugo acknowledges Bucciarati and expresses a desire for them to continue to climb Passione's ranks.
  • Bucciarati is now shown wearing the pin he borrowed from Giorno.
  • Bucciarati and Trish are now shown walking towards the elevator.
  • A small scene showing the rest of the team on the boat and Giorno looking at a map has been added.
  • Trish is now shown taking Bucciarati's hand.
  • An entry point into the elevator for the Boss is added in the form of a hole in the ceiling.
  • Bruno Bucciarati's flashback has been modified.
    • Brief scenes of Bucciarati interacting with his parents are added.
      • Bucciarati helps his father carry fish. 
      • A scene of all three of them having dinner has been added.
      • Bucciarati's mother reading him a story is illustrated. 
    • Dialogue between Bucciarati's parents after they decide to divorce has been added.
    • Narration regarding Bucciarati's choice to stay with his father and his mother leaving has been omitted.
      • Some of this narration is now Bucciarati's internal monologue.
      • A scene of his mother leaving their house is added.
    • Bucciarati's father is now shown taking tourists out on his boat rather than just letting other fishermen use it.
    • The entirety of the drug deal has been cut, and has been replaced with a scene of Bucciarati waiting for his father's recovery at the hospital, with a detective telling him that his father witnessed the drug deal.
    • After Bucciarati kills the two drug dealers, narration that their accomplices would come after Bucciarati's father is now Bucciarati's internal monologue.
    • Scenes of Bucciarati involved in Passione are added. Bucciarati discovering that Passione was behind the drug trade is shown instead of being narrated.
    • Bucciarati is shown at his father's funeral. His father is named "Paolo Bucciarati" on his tombstone.
  • Bucciarati is shown dropping the tracking pin onto The Boss's clothes as The Boss is leaving as opposed to it being done in a flashback. The pin also seemingly clings to The Boss's backside, rather than landing on his trailing coat tail.
  • A part of Chapter 519 showing the whereabouts of Team Bucciarati with them noticing the effects of King Crimson during Bucciarati's chase is cut from this point of the story.

In other languages

Language Title Translation
Japan Japanese ボスからの最終指令 The Boss's Last Orders
United States of America English The Final Mission from the Boss
Spain Spanish La última misión del jefe The Boss's Last Orders
Brazil Portuguese A Missão Final do Chefe The Boss's Last Orders
France French Le dernier ordre du parrain The Final Order from the Boss
Germany German Die letzte Mission vom Boss The Final Mission from the Boss
Israel Hebrew המשימה האחרונה מהבוס The Last Mission from the Boss
Flag of the Arab League Arabic المهمّة الأخيرة من الزعيم The Final Mission from the Boss
Italy Italian L'ultima missione per il boss The Last Mission for the Boss
Russia Russian Последнее поручение от босса The Final Mission from the Boss
Poland Polish Ostatnia misja od Szefa The Last Mission for the Boss


We're finally getting to the core story. Bucciarati is one of my favorite characters, and this episode really showed his charm. He handles Trish's insecurities like an adult-what a great scene. The other thing I remember is Fugo's happy expression as he says shis lines. Something's about to happen here.
Kosuke Toriumi, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
We had a lot of discussions about what to do when King Crimson is activated in the elevator. We first tried to go with an effect that would be easier to spot, but Tsuda told us that it might be a bit much, and Iwanami told us that it just sounded like an audio error. After several takes, we ended up with an effect that vaguely tells you that something's gone wrong.
—Yasumasa Koyama, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
1. The Beginning of Trish's Growth

This episode finally openly shows how Trish feels about her current situation. Takahiro Kamei is fond of the noticeable changes in Trish's psychological state. "I'm sure she has been feeling insecure or angry and upset at her changing environment, but she becomes more independent after this scene. It marks a turning point for her."

2. Bucciarati's Childhood

Visually, Bucciarati's past is depicted from young Bucciarati's perspective. Kamei explains, "I wanted the viewers to feel strongly for the increasing unhappiness that Bucciarati gets wrapped into during his childhood, so we purposely decided to leave out delving into his parents' perspectives."

3. The Boss and King Crimson

Plenty of room was left to animate the boss and King Crimson properly, which visually heightened the anxiety and mystery of the scenes. Action animation director Kanta Suzuki handled the key frames for the last sequence with Bucciarati and King Crimson. "I'm grateful to him, because it ended up being powerful and intense," says Kamei.

4. Bucciarati's Right Eye

The staff had several discussions about whether Bucciarati's right eye is open or not when he takes the phone out from his face. Kamei states, "At first glance, his eye does appear to be closed, but we went with the interpretation that his eye is open. After we added color and effects, we decided that having his eye open had more impact."
—Takahiro Kamei, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries


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