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What I Liked: The dynamic presentation, with its heavy use of written text and abstract mixed-media style backgrounds alongside simple character animation. The simplistic plot, which chooses to remain modest in conveying its story of robots questioning the nature of love. Sound design and voice acting is good. The soundtrack is appropriately restrained and never feels too strong against the story or visuals. What I Didn't: Like the KonoDan series, the character designs are reminiscent of someone's sketchy in-class doodles with features (e.g. hands, facial features) that occasionally look unnatural even in-model. Some of the text does go by too quickly to read. The simplistic plot, which despite looking at human emotion and AI still feels spartan. The first half is split into incredibly short scenes that mess with the pacing of the overall short. Final Verdict: This simple short about robots, love and death is your standard Soubi Yamamoto fare - energetically presented filled with flourishes of colour and text but light on everything else. The character designs might be wonky and the slow-burning plot might be very spartan indeed, but there's a certain ameteurish charm about this OVA that one can't ignore.