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Eve no Jikan (Movie)

Alternative Titles

English: Time of Eve
Synonyms: Eve's Time, Eve no Jikan 1st Season Complete Edition, Gekijouban Eve no Jikan
Japanese: イヴの時間


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 6, 2010
Producers: Directions, Code
Licensors: NYAV Post, Pied Piper
Studios: Studio Rikka
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 46 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 8.131 (scored by 43,882 users)
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Ranked: #4042
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1098
Members: 91,775
Favorites: 589


A short animation done by Studio Rikka and also set in a cafe. Despite having different stories it's overall elements make it a nice short and interesting look into the early beginnings of what would then be refined into Time of Eve. 
report Recommended by Kantarou
Androids: indistinguishable from normal humans, are part of everyday life in society. Both stories dive into what it means to be human, vs just simply robots. With the spice of comedy garnishing these two series, it's a hearty full course of drama packed with emotions, that will make us reevaluate our perspectives on the lives of both people, and androids.  
report Recommended by 4kicks
Directed by the same guy. Both are set in futuristic Sci-Fi settings dealing with What-If scenarios. Eve no Jikan deals with how you define being human, in regards to robots, while Sakasama no Patema looks at a scenario where there are two types of people that are affected by gravity differently and how they interact with each other. Both take a deeper look at how people "work" and interact with others. Neither should be missed! 
report Recommended by japzone
These two films deal with the boundaries between human and machine. In particular, the emotions conveyed between the two and across both borders. In essence the message is emotions know no bounds for these two films. 
report Recommended by Makise
A short film also by Yoshiura and has a very similar style. Pale Cocoon could well be let in the same universe as Eve no Jikan. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoyed this, or sci-fi in general.  
report Recommended by petch
Both movies go over the aspect of overcoming prejudice and discrimination by "putting oneself in the other's shoes". 
report Recommended by Loli_Desutroyer
"Computer Revolution: The Birth of the Most Powerful and Fastest Brains" / "Computer Kakumei: Saikyou x Saisoku no Zunou Tanjou" and "Time of Eve" / "Eve no Jikan" focus on how society would function in a future where people are surrounded by artificial intelligence. In their respective universes, each shines a light on a competition between man and computer for jobs and tasks, the interactions between a person and an artificial intelligence in everyday life, and the possible relations that can develop between them over time. 
report Recommended by StevenHu
Both are mystery, and they have future life too. Their stories is about how to solve or find clues or theories, and they seem strange and surprise.  
report Recommended by Senna-kachili
Overcoming boundaries between different groups in the society is a common theme in these anime. There she is relies more on a humorous and emotional approach to this issue, while Eve no Jikan focuses on deeper interactions between members of different groups.  
report Recommended by bunny1ov3r
Both are directed by Yasuhiro Yoshiura, who has a great interest in sci-fi.  
report Recommended by Mr_DaftPunk
It's an odd comparison, but the theme of emotions, motives and not "judging a book by its cover" came to mind, as well as the calm atmosphere of a cafe (Time of Eve)/ bar (Death March). In some ways, they share a similar theme of being unprejudiced. Outside of main settings, Time of Eve presses how androids are oppressed and Nagi wants to provide them a safe haven where they can be seen as people with emotions and personalities, while in Death Parade, Humans are looked down on by arbiters in this limbo, except by Decim, the bar-tending arbiter, who respects people who lived full lives,  read more 
report Recommended by Kuro-chan
Both titles explores on the dilemma of how being intimately close to technology might impact the emotional, social, and cultural aspect of humans as he struggle to adapt with its implications. 
report Recommended by Ghostalker
Both shows present an undercovered from lay people's eyes place, such as cafe and a resturant which gives a warm feeling of magic and mystery. In both shows every customer become equal: no racial or social diversity, lizard folks, demons, dragons, humans, robots are all the same: if you're hungry the chef will feed you up, if you want to chat - take a cup of coffee and chat with anyone without limitations. Speaking about conversations. Both show's characters speak a lot and it makes you smile, in Isekai Shokudou characters express their amazement of fantastic food, which is regular in our world, but in Eve  read more 
report Recommended by IceCreeeamXP
these two movies have very different plots, but they gave me a very similar feeling of warmth - both show the importance of being surrounded by a family of those you love, whether they be related or not. in eve no jikan the main character finds a sort of family at the eve no jikan cafe, where he learns you can be human or android, but the emotion of caring for others is still the same. similarly, in summer wars, the main character is thrust into a family of strange "others" (someone else's family), but he finds love all the same. two of my favorite  read more 
report Recommended by octal9
both are about a near future where the use of personal robots with human form is a common aspect of society, and bring up some dilemmas as consequences of this technology. While Eve no Jikan is more centered in the main character and how his vision about the robots evolves while he learn more about them and their dilemmas, Chobits is more about relationships among humans and robots (here called "persocons"), and how the existence of them influence the relationships among humans.... and Chobits have a more "romantic comedy" approach.  
report Recommended by Ronin-errante