Synonyms: Kowarekake no Orgol (Movie), Half-Broken Music Box (Movie)
Sep 11, 2010
G - All Ages
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SynopsisIn 2039, helper androids are widespread as general purpose electronics.
Keiichiro lost his family in a traffic accident and retired from his band. One day, he finds an old model android in a garbage dump. He takes her home but after taking her to a repair shop he was told she couldn't be repaired so he planned to throw her away, but the next day he finds her making breakfast for him. Thus begin the summer days of a memoryless android and a dreamless boy.
Kowarekake no Orgel was originally an independent animation released as an OVA. Later on it received a theatrical release that is a bit different and longer than the original.
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The perfect choice for anyone with some time to spare and in the mood to have his or her heart touched. Despite being called one, this anime is not as long as the average “movie.” But do not worry! For what it lacks in length, it definitely makes up for in content.
This movie revolves around Keiichiro, a young man who has lost his family and his passion for music, and Flower, an outdated, clumsy helper-android with a bad memory. The two meet at a garbage site, where Keiichiro finds himself unable to leave her behind, despite the fact that someone has obviously thrown her away. From there, the story broadcasts their day-to-day lives as the bond between these two lonesome individuals develops into a beautiful friendship.
Being that it is so short on time, it really is straightforward and to the point, you aren’t really given any information that you don’t need. Some characters are introduced, but never really developed, so because of that it may seem lacking from time to time. But overall this movie is a good one, and definitely worth the thirty minutes it takes to watch.
Both focus on a main character having to go through day to day life with their recently acquired cute female robot friend with long light blue hair, while realizing that said friend will soon expire. Both have a heavy focus on "feels".
As in chobits the main character finds an android and takes her in.
He shows her the little pleasures and at the same time she helps him get back the passion to play.
Both very sweet stories, which are in a way similar.
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