I din't see the anime so I got a bit confused with the story due to some flashback scenes that weren't recognizable enough (usually Black & White + film grains are the most popular solution).
Aside from this, I also got a bit bored because nothing happens except when we see characters' decisive moments or confrontations =/
It's not easy with drama to catch the attention of people who don't know the anime or that aren't drama lovers x)
Also the overuse of crossfades dans you AE compositions was a bit annoying ^^'
As for the AE compositions themself, I didn't understand their utility. It's a bit bling-bling in my mind as soon as it is not necessary in a drama AMV. I think it's a special category because we expect the editor to focus more on the story than in the others categories. So, in a drama AMV, AE composition aren't the first thing to work on =o
Finally, I will talk about you light effects that sometimes saturate colors (as at 2min13s) and that's a pity x)