Eleven young hearts with eleven dreams. Deep in their hearts, each girl has a secret dream of love and sadness. They meet together at Acropolis Tower to see if their dreams will come true. Imagine what happens when eleven average girls with eleven special talents join together to make the world a better place.
#01: "Yume mite moo ii ja nai" by Hiroko Kasahara (ep 01) #02: "Baby Pinku no asa" by Taeko Kawata (ep 02) #03: "Sore kara···" by Akiko Yajima (ep 03) #04: "Viva! Onna no ko doumei" by Emiko Itou (ep 04) #05: "Ima ga subete!" by Miki Nagasawa (ep 05) #06: "50% Baransuu" by Chinami Nishimura (ep 06) #07: "Return to myself" by Kyouko Tsuruno (ep 07) #08: "Sapuraizu wa Yamerarenai" by Rei Sakuma (ep 08) #09: "Endless Tomorrow" by Yuu Asakawa (ep 09) #10: "Arubamu" by Ayako Kawasumi (ep 10)
#11: "Yes, it's my true love" by Maria Yamamoto (ep 11) #12: "I miss you" by Ancy (ep 12)
Where to start? .... Seraphim Call is about 11 girls.. and their random stories. If you like shows that jump around without connections, then you'll love this.. The stories seemed a little out there though.. As for the ending of this series.. I almost gave myself a concussion after finishing it. It was way too rushed and the "connections" of all the characters in the end were simple and completely random..
I was expecting this series to have some huge revelation for its final episode, but it really let me down..
Yes. Seraphim Call is about 11 girls... and their random stories.
You should not watch this waiting for a huge revelation, because it’s just slice of life. It’s pretty enjoyable if you watch a single episode per day, for example. Characters are connected as in real life. Your teacher, some colleges you’d never talk to. And it’s impressive for an old series. Some elements that we find astonishing nowadays like unexpected point of view (Tanpopo’s plush toy!), nonlinear narrative, and… come on, we all want to know what 2010 would be by 1999’s perspective.