Kozue is a member of the astronomy club at school. During her summer break, she left for the countryside to try to catch a glimpse of meteorites, but found a boy wearing a spacesuit instead! His name is Ginga, he somehow knows detailed information about faraway stars, and his powers caused him to be held hostage by scientists in order to use him as a tool. Can Kozue's affections help Ginga finally live the life he desires?
What do you get when you mix an airtime of thirty minutes, a title with part of its name as "star," a lone boy and girl as main characters, science fiction, and long distance space communication? Hoshi no Koe, right? Well, yes, but somehow you also get Hoshizora Kiseki. Thematically, the OVA attempts to clone Hoshi no Koe's presentation at every possible juncture, even down to the physical... read more
A lightly melancholic show with bits of astronomy and romance as main themes, that’s how I’d describe Hoshizora Kiseki. It’s a calmly paced, 27 minute short web episode with quite a decent story for such a short time span. It has a high “Shinkai”-feel to it (the director of Voices of a Distant Star, The Place Promised In Our Early Days and others), but only lightly evokes... read more