Time of Eve


Animation / Romance / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 7.4 10 3033


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Yuri Lowenthal as Rikuo Sakisaka
Cindy Robinson as Ashimori
JB Blanc as Atsuro Masaki
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910.39 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 5 / 60
1.71 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
P/S 4 / 63

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ohwoahitsme 10 / 10

An Excellent Head First Dive Into A Surreal World of Amazingness

Well where to being.... how about with... BAM!!!! This movie is beyond fantastic and is a great exploration into our own humanity and how things do indeed change over time!!!

I first randomly discovered this movie on an anime movie forum that specializes in obscure movies that most people outside of Japan will never here about or see. Boy was I sure glad after checking it out. This has quickly become my go to favorite anime movie that I have seen to this day!

The movie is very surreal in every way and becomes very believable to a creepy point. Although long and at sometimes somber and slow it completely suites the idea behind the film and doesn't hurt the film in any way but actually adds to it and makes it even just that much better! The movie is based around the concept of human emotion and understanding. A very strong moral statement on prejudice views and beliefs, which in the case of this movie, is aimed towards androids.

In a world where androids are slaves equivalent to butlers, and are strictly scolded for having any sort of feelings or wants that is besides what their owners want. Even treated as appliances, but slowly our main character discovers there might actually be the presence of feelings and a soul inside these androids that they hide and only let out in front of each other.

Touching on some very serious tones this movie delivers some amazing moral heartfelt vibes, along with a few comedic moments here and there that are quite a laugh or two.

As far as the art goes, the movie delivers nothing but amazing outstanding visuals in every sense of the meaning. This movie is by far a must see plain and simple!!! Can not wait to get a glimpse of some more amazing work by this crew of cast and director/writer!!!

Reviewed by magy-4 9 / 10

Deep probe into human dirty soul

Well... there is many things in one simple movie. But Japanese anime are such that - deep in psychology, ethic, show parts of our behavior we won't see... From one point I can say, this movie is like prophecy. We, humans, WILL DO act and treat to our future androids and robots exactly in way, we see in this movie. Heartless, selfish, careless, most of us will consider them as "machine, what have to serve me/obey my commands". Nothing more. But there will be many another people, who make strong relationship with their "machine" - and call it whatever you want. For child is very easy to bond tightly with his/her babysitter, no matter if it's made from flesh or wires... And those people will love their "machines" more than love humans, some of them will depend on them very much, sometimes too much. And that become a thorn in flesh of heartless people, people who stuck in opinion "it's only machine and it's not deserve to be loved". As I note in summary, this movie is amazing probe into our souls, reveal our wants, feelings, dreams, nightmares or worse parts of our personality. Don't be deluded with easygoing animation/drawing. Movie is very hard to understand and once you understand message and all things what include, you'll love it. Love it so much, you probably start looking some prop from movie on internet or ebay. Such a scarf or coffee pot with name "Are you enjoying..." Right? ;) Because that's the moment you understand message and agree with that message, and you one of those people, full of love to things WITH SOUL, no matter if they are made from flesh or wires. For those, who want to know, what message is and didn't found it yet - watch movie again. And again. Good Luck! :)

Reviewed by BlissQuest 8 / 10

To fall in love with a database?

A very interesting perspective on the human-robot relationship of the future. Sophisticated computers (databases) masqueraded as robots or androids based on a few humanoid features. So how does one emotionally bond with a machine (database)? I cried toward the end of this film, so that alone is telling of the question for which the answer is not so cut and dry. I guess the mind of the human of the future will be more accepting or open to the idea of a machine satisfying all their emotional needs (we know the physical is already possible. wink, wink)

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