Time of Eve

Time of Eve

In the not-too-distant future, androids have come into common usage. Rikuo Sakisaka, who has taken robots for granted for his entire life, one day discovers that Sammy, his home android, has been acting independently and coming and going on her own. He finds a strange phrase recorded in her activity log, "Are you enjoying the Time of Eve?". He, along with his friend Masakazu Masaki, traces Sammy's movements and finds an unusual cafe, "The Time of Eve". Nagi, the barista, informs them that the cafe's main rule is to not discriminate between humans and androids. Within the cafe, androids do not display their status rings, and, when patrons depart, the door is automatically locked for two minutes to prevent someone from following them to discover their true nature.

In the not too distant future androids have come into common usage. Taking the androids for granted, humans treat them as if they were common everyday tools, while on the other hand, some ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Time of Eve torrent reviews

Greg W (ru) wrote: summer in february not that unusual if u live in the southern hemisphere but here make a period pic about UK artists/painters in the merchant/Ivoray tradition and well made too.

Andy P (nl) wrote: Wong Kar-Wai's first English language film has undeniable charm in its poignancy and poetic, if not cheesy romanticism conveyed through beautiful voice-over dialogue.

Ange A (ca) wrote: I think there were some interesting ideas here. I did not like or thought what happened to the writer was the way to go, it was a little too much, and a little too fake in my opinion. I really got to cared more about the suicidal characters, which I think were the best of the movie and pulled the movie together. It definitely needs some work but I enjoyed it, it was refreshing to see a movie that doesn't have the normal plot. We need more of these!

Lanisha R (us) wrote: This wasnt what I thought it would be!

Jeff S (ca) wrote: Moving documentary on the power of music therapy! I see this work monthly at Beatles Choir.

Matt M (de) wrote: Hilarious and entertaining movie. The tale of one squirrel, forced to live on the harsh streets after getting kicked out of the park. Unable to survive on the streets, devises a grand scheme to rob a group of mobster like Villains for all their nuts, enough for the winter, as food isn't a luxury provided on the streets, as it was in the park. Little does he know, the nut shop is a front for something much worse, will he stop them? Very childish, but funny and entertaining.