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Eve no Jikan

Alt titles: Time of Eve

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In the future, androids live side by side with humans – but not as their equals, as their slaves. Though they look identical, these androids must display a holographic ring over their heads so the difference is clear. One day, a boy named Rikuo finds abnormal activity patterns in the logs of his own android, and alongside his friend Masaki, he sets forth to find where the android has been. Much to their surprise, the duo discovers a secret café known as Eve no Jikan with a single rule: within its walls, there must be no discrimination between humans and robots. In this place, androids appear to be human and are even displaying signs of independence – a trait that should not be possible. Rikou finds his perceptions increasingly challenged as he struggles to come to terms with his own android, and the relationship between man and machines...

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Ryuusuke CHAYAMA Character Design
Yasuhiro YOSHIURA Director
Tohru OKADA Music
Tom NAGAE Producer

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Eve no Jikan Sheex 7.2/10 Jun 8, 2010
Time of Eve Sheex 7.2/10 Jun 8, 2010

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Eve no Jikan TheAnimeGuardians 9/10 May 22, 2012
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poetax

There is a general feeling that is shared by both of these series.  Part of this may be from the similarities in the color pallets, and lighting that set the mood.  Not only that, but both anime deal with people who are different and are trying to fit into society.  They are light and silly on the outside, but deal with serious subjects on the inside.  Haibane Renmei and Time of Eve are anime you would not want to miss.

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Although they have completely different plots, both are slow-paced and introspective. They both make good use of silence as well. When watching one after you have seen the other, you may be reminded of it by the halo's possesed by characters in the story (Real halo's in Haibane Renmei, hologram ones in Eve no Jikan used to signify that person being an android)

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Both of these shows are totally amazing. More concretely, both Haibane Renmei and Time of Eve are slow-paced, dialog-driven and concentrate mainly on the development of characters and relationships. The depth of the characters in each show is complemented by the detail of the world-building, resulting in a highly engaging experience.

 

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Both anime deal with machines wishing to be treated like equals by their human masters. Animatrix is much, much more dark and disturbing, so if you like the ideas presented in Animatrix but were turned off by the brutality, try Time of Eve.

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sothis

This might seem like an odd recommendation - call it a gut feeling. Sure, Eve no Jikan is sci fi to the core and Chocolate Underground is more of a whimsical tale aimed at younger folks, but both involve a secret underground, interesting characters, and just have the same feel. It's hard to come up with something tangible to say, so just try it on for size.

AnarchicQ

Both anime feature a secret cafe hidden from the rest of the world, and the characters involved in the network to keep their secret cafe alive and thriving. The two anime have a very similar, friendly feeling, despite the all or nothing cercumstances.

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The world presented to us in both shows is a future where humans live in constant contact with artificially intelligent machines. The thoughts/actions of the main characters in both shows allude to deeper questions about the meaning of human-ness in relation to the social roles of androids. Computer Kakumei presents a more colorful and hopeful look at how androids enhance life and create new possibilities for interaction, while Time of Eve embraces a darker vision of what a robot-filled future might look like.

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Both series covers relations between humans and artificial inteligences. In both cases, humans discoveres feelings, which they wouldn't expect from the machines.