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Time of Eve

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4.8
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  • This is a must see Anime series!
    This series is a work of art. I think the good reviews below explain it all. This series touched my heart I just really wished there could have been more. Great character development. You HAVE to at least give this series a try!
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  • Muy buena Serie de animación
    Me gusta, sobre todo el hecho que tenga como desenfoques de cámara. Las 3 leyes de la robotica siempre van a estar en mi mente, aquí las recuerdan... Es conmovedora .... no dejo de pensar que algún día podríamos vivir en una sociedad con este mismo dilema.
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  • Good sci-fi mini series
    Great sci-fi mini series. Yoshiura did a good job using Isaac Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics into his own adaptation of a story involving two students living in an era where people are heavily dependent on robots. The story and character development were done well, especially for a short 6 episode series. At the end of the series, Yoshiura left me wanting for more.
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  • Loved it.... Great first Anime
    i really enjoyed this series 5 mins in i was hooked. The story is well written and characters are all likeable. One for people who haven't watched anime before as my friend hadn't and is now looking into watching more.
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  • Worth the 15 minutes
    As soon as I watched the first episode, Chobits came to mind. Everything was different except for the philosophical reasoning behind human and robot emotions. This is definitely the "grown up" version of Chobits, imo. The story line is great, given the 15 minute time slot it is given. The graphics/artwork are excellent. The depth of the characters are too. The creator definitely created characters ...
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  • All Around Good Viewing
    From the well done character and background art to the down-to-earth storytelling, this remains one of my favorite stories. While not every episodes are of equal quality, none are below the very good mark. The plot moves well, the characters grow and mature, and the outcome is never something you can anticipate (hope for yes, but not anticipate).

    I'd recommend this one to anyone who is a true ...
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  • Good robot show with human elements
    Best mini-series anime I've seen in years. Doesn't require much build up and doesn't try to make small scenes feel huge. It just lets the human elements and emotions swell steadily with each episode. Really enjoyed this one.
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  • Anybody who calls themselves human need to watch this.
    It's been a long time since I watched this, but I still remember it being one of the best anime I have ever seen. It's a seriously good story with an even better message behind it. Really compelling stuff, I would suggest this anime to anybody any day of the week. Seriously top stuff.
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  • Amazing Show!! More like these please!
    Very different and surprisingly authentic to the original post-WW2 mangas. 5 stars! CR, please find more like these.

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  • Deeply stirring, questions the nature of our humanity.
    A fantastic animated thesis proposing the future of a dwindling humanity; likely an attempt to question what will happen in a Japan with half its population and a reliance on machines to prop up society. The older generation is absent, the youngest generation is technically savvy, and the lines between human and robot begin to blur for them. If the one who raised you was a robot, could you stand ...
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