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Japanese: シークエンス


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 18, 1992
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Source: Manga
Genres: Romance, Sci-Fi, Shoujo
Duration: 42 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 5.721 (scored by 178 users)
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Ranked: #89112
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Suffering from a crippling memory loss ever since an accident at the age of six, Toshiaki finds new hope, and a new mystery, when he is visited by a girl from his own future.

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"Sequence: I Love You Again (SEQUENCE -アイ・ラブ・ユー・アゲイン)" by Junko Hirotani

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Feb 3, 2018
rip1234 (All reviews)
Recently translated into English for the first time, Sequence is a highly evocative buried treasure that excels in communicating its simple themes through its audio-visual presentation. Plot wise, it presents an interesting fusion of time-travel, reincarnation and shoujo romance. This makes it somewhat unique, and perhaps more interesting to those who may find straight romance stories to be lacking in imaginative appeal. Knowing nothing about it going in, I was pleasantly surprised; it seems like a lot of care was put into this ova.

Sequence is very melancholic, dealing with longing for lost memories and connections, and using the synergy between its shot composition, art style read more
Jan 26, 2019
matthigh (All reviews)
You are probably familiar with the concept of "deja vu", which is that weird feeling you get when you think you may have done or experienced something before...but just can't quite place it.

But you may not have heard of the term "deja reve", which is the same thing...only for events which have happened in the future.

The mystery starts with a high school student that lost all of his memories in a tragic event when he was six. Suddenly a strong-willed transfer student arrives that pushes his boundaries, explaining he has memories of his read more


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