Eve no Jikan (Movie), Plastic Memories Recommendations
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.
Both shows have comedic scenes as well as melodramatic segments almost back to back.
Both shows take place in a rather similar scifi setting, androids are now capable of having actual emotions and are to some point integrated into human society.
Both shows follow a protagonist while he is learning about the androids way of looking at the llife in society, both the happy side and the problems which come with being an android in their representative universe.
"Time of Eve" / "Eve no Jikan" and "Plastic Memories" both involve incredibly life-like androids with artificial intelligence that have been integrated into society and were produced to act as helpers for humans who need their assistance in daily life.
In these two similar works, androids are advanced enough to be capable of displaying emotions as well as making their own decisions. Unfortunately, there also exists a limit as to how long they can operate for due to aging within their systems. As a result of that, the theme of loss is another commonality, where people who have grown attached to their android companions