Jan 19, 2016
BakaKuro (All reviews)
Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai in my opinion 'Daily Life of an Anti-Virus Software' and takes place in a setting where the human race has become extinct. The story grabs your attention in the first 10 minutes as Dual deletes her best friend Sumire and then the sudden apperence of Remo. The story flows through out the anime making it really easy to understand.

The art was very good it wasn't very detailed like other A-1 animes but all was written off by the excellent story. The background CG is very vivid in colors which bring out the artist's emotions. (Good Job Naoko Fusako)

Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai had excellent sound quality, each scene had an appropriate OST and that piano OST (Yume no Tsubomi) at the beginning of the movie got stuck in my head and how tried linking the piano OST to the mystrious character of Remo also peaked my intrests

Character designs for Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai were your usual 2D character sprites from normal TV animes but this is what makes this movie a great to watch as it was like watching a really long TV anime. The characters went into depth for Remo on how she has human feelings unlike Dual and Dorothy who were an Anti-Virus software. But there really wasn't any backstory on the other 2 main characters Dual and Dorothy excpet for the fact that they were created by humans

I, myself enjoyed this anime more than I should have because i haven't watched a really good psychological anime is a really long time. Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai is a very enjoyable anime and I would re-watch it anyday.

Glass no Hana to Kowasu Sekai is a great anime movie and is great for killing time as it is shorter that your usual anime movie by atleast 30 minutes the story is great and the character development between the 3 main characters was very well portrayed.