The Clock Runs Down.
From the director of the popular anime Sword Art Online, Attack on Titan and New Game!, director Yoshiyuki Fujiwara delivers the writings of Naotaka Hayashi (Steins;Gate (Video Game)) and brings us a heart warming and on the other side of the coin, heart wrenching story that only the Japanese can deliver. And now Part 2 (see Part 1 review).
SAI in the Terminal Service Department and Tsukasa Mizugaki is fitting in well, even though the girls Eru, Kazuki and Michiru are making sure he is upsting his room mate and his white haired work partner Isla. Tsukasa has been forming deep feelings for her and wants them to be together forever. But no one has told him about Isla’s lifespan.
Which by this time is 1,000 hours and Tsukasa swears that he will be there for her all the way to the end. Isla says that she wants to work right up to her last moments, this is where it is confirmed that this is going to be a massive tear jerker.
Tsukasa finds out through the job that not all Giftia’s are deactivated but some owners choose to have their Giftia’s sent to the factory to have a new OS put into their Giftia’s, they look and sound the same but they are a completely different entity with none of the memories of the previous OS. He wonders if they could ever cross over so they can have those old memories back and extend Isla’s life.
Life, Love, Memories.
Plastic memories will make your heart float and it will have you in floods of tears, but you are engrossed right to the last seconds of this ace series.
Clean opening and Closing