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Seraphim Call

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In the futuristic city of Neo-Acropolis, eleven girls lead very different lives. Each has a different story to tell shaped by her fears and ambitions, and the small joys and sorrows that make up the formative moments of her life. From a scientific genius who has to face her fear of men, to a young girl who does not want to grow up, to a high school manga author struggling to meet the deadlines, to the intricate relationship between two sisters - the girls come from all walks of life, sharing only the city of Neo-Acropolis, and that mysterious spark that makes their lives so interesting.

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Tomomi MOCHIZUKI Director
Akifumi TADA Music
Kazuya FURUSE Producer
Yoshihito AKAZAKI Producer

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Twilight Q

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From the depths of the human imagination comes Twilight Q, a Twilight Zone-style set of two tales based upon the paranormal and supernatural. In one story, Mayumi and Kiwako find a camera that supposedly came from the future, with very interesting film and already-taken pictures inside. Secondly, a tale by Mamoro Oshii which chronicles a strange occurance of planes turning into carp in mid-air, much to the dismay of private investigators and the media alike.

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Both animes are interesting, and really rather surreal stories. The first episode of Twilight Q is a mix between the time paradox of episode seven of Seraphim Call and the ocean love story of episode ten. The second is rather different in style, and focuses on a male protagonist, but is just as confusing as the fifth and sixth episodes of Seraphim Call. In you enjoyed the varied, non-linear narrative in either of these animes, you should find something to ponder in the other.

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou

Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou

In a quaint Japanese town, far from the footprints of tourists, an abandoned robot named Alpha lives a quiet life, while running a coffee shop left by her previous owner. With hardly a customer from day to day, she tends to focus on life's little pleasures, while sporadically wishing for her master's return. But one day, a delivery-robot brings Alpha a camera, and through the pictures inside, her eyes are opened for the first time to the world around her.

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Seraphim Call and Yokohama present a sometimes funny, sometimes thoughtful look at life, from feminine perspective. Of course, as both are set in the near future, there's a little more to it that that, Alpha is a robot, and many of the girls in Seraphim Call are less than straightforward as well. But if you enjoy the more introspective, less action centred feel, both should keep you transfixed.