It is the year 2267, and all that is left of humanity now lives in the 'Eden colony', a domed metropolis on the moon. Earth has long since been abandoned after a cataclysm left it uninhabitable... or so the inhabitants of Eden are led to believe. But when a young boy named Takeru discovers a photograph of a girl which appears to have been taken on Earth, he begins to doubt that this is the case. With the help of his friends, Takeru decides to visit Earth in search of the girl; despite the fact that it is against the strict laws of the colony and despite not knowing what awaits him there...
Fairy decent show which would be a lot better if it wasn't a Nissin Cup Noodle advert from start to finish.The characters are nothing to skype home about, but are well designed (Katsuhiro Otomo). The animation is a difficult-to-digest digitalisation which reminds me a little too much of Reboot.The sound is nothing special and the story is kind of rubbish - in the future we all live on the moon because we made a... read more
Story:The story itself wasn't so bad, all around it had a good message, it progressed well and I enjoyed watching it. I wasn't overly impressed but it wasn't a complete botch job either.Animation:There really wasn't much to the anime that wowed me, it was obvious CGI cell shading style character designs but it was well detailed in it's vehicle and city designs. Still, for current tech it was... read more
|Freedom Prologue||DVD Special||2006||Prequel|