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This movie revolves around Keiichiro, a young man who has lost his family and his passion for music, and Flower, an outdated, clumsy helper-android with a bad memory.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.
If you're wondering whether you should watch the theatrical release or the OVA, watch this version, as it has a small extra scene where the stupid loli robot hits herself in the face with a rubber snake from a vending machine and it's cute.
Very emotional piece of work here by POP, a titan among men of character designers. If you like having your heart tugged on this will accomplish that and quite efficiently at just a half hour length. Flower is super cute and makes me envy the man of tomorrow, for we are a long way off from having our own little moe machines
running around. Little anime, big impact! No reason not to give it a shot. If you're anything like me it will stick with you for a long time.
I love this anime
I'm a mild depression just because a 30-minute movie anime :'(
This movie is actually an alternative to the ovanya can be said still recap from the OVA but there is little scene in the add
The story in the show is very simple
Where a guy who has a problem in the family is walking near the temple, when going to take shelter because this rain finds a robot android (Loli oughhh) that the exhaust because it is broken and this guy brought this android robot to his house, before the robot is in Bring home the guy the robot is brought in a
special service place and of course this robot can not be recalculated, but the unexpected comes, this robot suddenly works on the next day and that's where they both live together.
Sorry I can not continue the story
If the story may not be exciting
Spoiler prohibited (Te-he)
A great little piece of animation about tragedy and the power of the human spirit to persevere in the face of it. When young adult Keichiro is left orphaned due to a past family accident, he leads a lonely existence devoid of much company. But his world is shaken up when he finds an older model helper android named Flower and proceeds to take her home. Finding out the little android girl is obsolete and broken he intends to dispose of it, but when she reactivates and starts housekeeping for him and offering him a sense of companionship/friendship, he begins to feel inspired to live
again. But the spectre of Flower's obsolescence soon threatens to take away his newfound sense of purpose in life with even more heartbreak & tragedy. NOTE: The Movie version offers a couple small scene extensions with a scene at a village shop, and Flower discovering Keichiro's media computer/song while cleaning the house in another scene. Taken with the attached Special, the movie feels like a solid little window into Flower's time with Keichiro. Definitely a well produced piece from the people at POP, would be nice if it adapted more of the ongoing Manga stories, but it's a nice one-shot OVA.