Yasuhiro Yoshiura’s Time of Eve Anime Will Set Stage in December E! News UK

The 6-episode net anime debuted in 2008, the movie version in 2010


Directions, Inc. announced on Wednesday that Yasuhiro Yoshiurait is Eve Time (Eve no Jikan) the anime is getting a theatrical adaptation. The play will be performed at the Hakuhinkan Gekijō Theater in Tokyo from December 23 to 29.

The stars of the game Toshiki Setō and Maria Kano. Other actors include: Tomoru AkazawaMirei Shiroki, Yui Itō, Yusuke Seto, Takeru NayaRyūnosuke Kawai, Hiro Yūmi and Daisuke Yanase.

Kōichi Ogita directs the play and Hiroshi Hosokawa is writing the screenplay.

Directions, Inc. and Rikka Studiothe two production studios behind the original anime, describe the story:

Two high school students grapple with their own humanity in a world where people are served by androids who can only be distinguished from their masters by the halo-like rings above their heads. Public mores, enforced by the shadowy Robot Ethics Committee, dictate that androids should be treated as devices, and those who sympathize with their robots are labeled “addicted androids”. Rikuo and his childhood pal Masaki have their assumptions about androids radically challenged when they discover Time of EVE, a cafe where androids and people are treated as equals. Freed from the restrictions of the Ethics Committee, Masaki and Rikuo must grapple with old wounds of betrayal and grief, and are faced with decisions that put their friendship and family on the line.

The six episodes Eve Time net anime series originally released in 2008. Yasuhiro Yoshiura directed the anime, wrote the story and screenplay, and scripted the anime. He was also the sound director and was in charge of the anime’s CG. A compiled film version released in Japan in March 2010. Flute player released the film on Blu-ray Disc in North America in 2014 and 2015.

Sources: Eve Time play website, comedic Natalie


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