Memories

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Three years in the making, this fine example of cutting edge Japanese anime is comprised of three disparate segments, each commenting in often hilarious ways on the current state and future of an increasingly technology-based culture.

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Critic Reviews for Memories

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  • Like any anthology, it can't help but feel misshapen, but even its weakest moments are still awfully successful and worthwhile.

    Apr 27, 2015 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…
  • A trilogy of anime aimed more at adults than kids. From slow and thoughtful to hilarious to pointedly satiric. Anime at its best.

    Jan 17, 2008 | Rating: 4/5

Audience Reviews for Memories

a great troligy of sci-fi animation

_kelly .King
_kelly .King

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½

Excellent first segment, forgetable second, and perfect third. The last one is probably the most sharp and accurate commentary anyone has ever made about war since George Orwell.

Tsubaki Sanjuro
Tsubaki Sanjuro

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A collection of three anime short films. The first, Magnetic Rose, is easily the best, full of atmosphere and beauty. That in itself is a 4.5 star effort. The second is okay, and the third is basically filler.

Drew Smith
Drew Smith

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SPOILER WARNING Kanojo No Omoide Really beautifully drawn depiction of a dead woman who, wanting never to part from her husband, had created a virtual reality based on her memories in which two space refuse dealers get entangled during a rescue mission. *** -- Saishu Heiki A man is called to deliver a package to his superiors containing information that might save Tokyo from a terrible biological weapon. The funny thing is that he is the weapon, but just doesn't know it... And neither do the others until it's almost too late. **** -- Taiho No Machi A day in a town whose only purpose is to fire cannons at an unknown enemy. Really a sad story, in a way. **

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