Ranked #2081

Boku no Chikyuu wo Mamotte

Alternative Titles

English: Please Save My Earth
Synonyms: Bokutama, PSME
Japanese: ぼくの地球を守って


Type: OVA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 17, 1993 to Sep 23, 1994
Source: Manga
Genres: Drama, Sci-Fi, Shoujo
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


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Ranked: #20812
Popularity: #3061
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Alice Sakaguchi once dreamt that she is another person living on the moon. The dream is so strange and so real that Alice can't stop thinking about it. She finds out that some of her classmates are having the same kind of dream. They soon discover that they had been seeing flashes of their past lives as a team of scientists on the moon. Alice and her friends then decide to find the other members and piece together what took place back then. Complications arise when they realize that everything that happened in their previous existence continue to haunt and affect their present lives.

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Sound Director
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Ending Theme

"Toki no Kioku" by Seika

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Mar 3, 2007
Please Save My Earth is a very gentle yet tragic exploration of the power of destiny and personal struggle. While there is some outstanding action scenes towards the end of the 6 episode OAV, the series revolves around the development and destruction of the main characters. The plot itself is intermingled with a metaphysical look at the deceptive appearance of innocence and the desperate and destructive poison of love. While some may find the plot slow-moving, to others (more accustomed to shoujo anime) the story is very intense and involves very tragic and touching descriptions of personal dreams and even pride.
Throughout the series there is read more
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Feb 12, 2008
About a year ago, I was shopping for books at a local secondhand store when I found what looked like a bargain: a bin of anime DVDs for 15$. When I took them home, I watched and most of them weren't too good - until I watched Please Save My Earth. It blew me away in a way that I haven't been since I first discovered subtitled anime. I cannot believe that something that good happened to be in a bargain bin.

Story: The basic premise of PSME is the tragedy of seven reincarnated researchers. Originally members of a scientifically read more
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The stories of Fantastic Children and Please Save My Earth deal with reincarnations attempting to make amends for their past sins. And love is an important aspect of both stories; the previous versions of the main two from the two series having been tragically separated in their previous lives.

Fantastic Children cannot compare to the depth of Please Save My Earth's characters, but it's still an excellent series, regardless. Just make sure you don't judge it based on its sluggish first half - its story only truly getting going in the absorbing last half of its story. 
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A group of adolescents, who have ESP, are trying to discover the mysteries of their friends and the world. Very similar ideas used everywhere, a strong use of classical music, and also a lot of interpersonal turmoil between characters. 
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Both shows have the characters having dreams that make them connect in real life. 
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Although they achieve it in different ways, Macross Plus and Please Save My Earth will make you feel a kind of sad nostalgia thanks to Yoko Kanno's contributions to the hauntingly beautiful soundtrack. 
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'Gakuen heaven' and 'please save my earth' contain much surprises. Both deals with emotional pasts and odd relationships. Both contain a certain level of mystry. There is much profoundness and oddness in the relationship between the main characters. 'Gakuen heaven' comprises of a spiritual and emotional link between the leads while 'please save my earth' comprises of spiritual and pyschic links .
Both are great to watch and are suitable for all ages. Watching both animes will be a great experience. 
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Thematically Angel Sanctuary and Please Save My Earth might not be very akin but both manage to combine reincarnations and star-crossed lovers with a supernatural driven plot in which the protagonists have superhuman abilities. AS has a greater narrative coherence although it feels incomplete while PSME becomes mostly lyrical in its conclusion.
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