In the not too distant future androids have come into common usage. Taking the androids for granted, humans treat them as if they were common everyday tools, while on the other hand, some ... See full summary »
In the far future when the continuity of the history has been lost, humans live in an ever more deteriorating completely artificial and enclosed world. The sea and the sky have disappeared,... See full summary »
July 1998: Mikiya finds a confused Fujino Asagami crouched in an alley and noticing she is suffering from pain in her abdomen. Mikiya accompanies her to his apartment where she falls asleep... See full summary »
The story takes place in a technologically advanced society in which robots can be programmed to behave like a complete human. A robot is asked to replace Hal, who died in an accident, to ... See full summary »
August 1995: Mikiya first meets Shiki in a white kimono during a snowing day. Later on, at the high school freshmen ceremony, Mikiya sees Shiki in the crowd and chases after her, ... See full summary »
February 1999: A new spate of ferocious murders has caught the eye of both Shiki and Daisuke, Mikiya's cousin who investigated the murders occurred in 1995. Shiki wanders the back alleys of... See full summary »
June 1998: Shiki has had a near death experience. Awakening from a coma, she has lost something very important to her, leaving a great void in her soul. A void that some beings from the ... See full summary »
September 1998: A recent spate of unusual suicide incidents where several high school girls fell to their death, but left no suicide note and had apparently no reason to commit suicide. In ... See full summary »
The love of Japanese high school students Mikako Nagamine and Noboru Tera is tested when Mikako is sent to fight aliens in a distant universe and voice mails to and from Earth become months to years in transmission.
This movie/series was emotionally pulling, and very well portrayed.
When I pressed play the movie, I didn't have any expectations going in. Time of Eve was a good name, I liked it. Going in, I had a few thoughts about how Robots were a part of this and how they were interacting with people. It's comparable to watching someone ask Siri to alert them for an event on their Iphone. And then there was the part about those digital Halos/rings. It was all interesting. And then they start getting into the mystery of these things androids do, that no one knows why. "Enjoy your time at Eve." The protagonists go to the address that their android went to, and they discover so much about androids, how they're just like people inside, how all these things go on in their heads, much like ours. It's beautiful. Later on, things get more "personal". It becomes heart tugging, and in all the best/right ways. It really got me there. Especially the final episode. Cried a little, these are manly tears.
10 outta 10, baby. Woo hoo!
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