Vincent finds himself in an unfamiliar room. In front of the stunned Vincent appears Kazkis Hauer, a mysterious individual who is a lover of wine. What is the true identity of this beautiful man who ...
Re-l Mayer's facial features have a very strong resemblance to the rock band Evanescence's vocalist Amy Lee from their debut album, "Fallen." See more »
At one point of the show, Re-l Mayer's eyes are brown. Her eyes are blue. See more »
I am nobody. Even if I was somebody, I am beyond your comprehension. And even if you could, you wouldn't have the tools to express that knowledge. I do not belong to the world. That is the limit, the boundary between all and self.
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Top-notch animation, mind-blowing characters... entertaining and enriching
This is not just another anime series. The primary female, Re-L or Real Mayer, has a touch of reality you can't find in live-action actors. The story progresses at the right pace to keep intrigue and yet each episode has a character of its own. There are many levels in this show too, philosophical being the one they were aiming to pin down (existentialism abounds), but many allegorical and moral level as well, including the issue of self-aware AI-beings. None of these are nailed-in too hard, just presented subtly as they are embedded in the tantalizing story. Once seeing it once, you'll want to watch it again with a whole new understanding and appreciation.
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