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Intro:
Alice is a seemingly-average high school freshman, but things aren't always as they seem. She overhears two boys from her class talking, and after an initial mix-up, they tell her they've been sharing the same dreams for years. This may seem a little strange at first, but when Alice passes out later, she starts to have the same dreams as them. What do these dreams of a past life on the moon really mean, and are they the dreams of the school children, or are the children the dreams of those on the moon?

Packaging:
For reasons I will never understand, this is packaged in a clear Amaray-style case. Which doesn't look very good with dark art and the all-white back. It looks amazing if you happen to have a spare black case lying around you can put it in, however. Just a poor choice on the case.

Video:
Wow. Just wow. The video quality of this disc was amazing. I haven't really seen anything this clear in a long time.

Audio:
The audio was every bit as clean as the video. It was as clear as it could be, no distortions I noticed. Also, the audio comes in two flavors, English and Japanese, so you get to make up your own mind on how to listen to it.

Subtitles:
The subtitles were excellent as well. I couldn't find a single mistake as I watched it. No grammatical errors or spelling errors that I could see. A great job on the whole disc.

Chapter Breaks:
Okay, there's 29 Chapter breaks over the course of 6 episodes. This is what I like to see, enough chapters that you can easily find a scene without a lot of hassle. It's an excellent job and just adds to the overall quality of the disc.

Content:
Did you notice that red and white Eiffel Tower looking building that seems to be a central part of this, and about a million other shows? That's the Tokyo Tower. Completed in 1958 by the Takenaka Corporation, the Tokyo Tower is both a TV and Radio signal relay and a tourist destination, being listed as one of 21 members of the "World Federation of Great Towers." The tower houses a gift shop, aquarium, a wax museum, and 2 observation decks. It's a great sight in the Tokyo skyline, as well as an excellent place to look out over Tokyo itself. So if you're ever in Japan, make sure you schedule a trip to the tower to see one of Japan's most renowned landmarks.

Okay, that was weird. I have this feeling like I was someone else, like an out-of-body experience. I was sitting in a desk, working at the Japan Tourism Board... how odd. I didn't say anything strange, did I?

Conclusion:
Okay, so what did I personally think about this show? I think it's really weird, somewhat confusing, and that kid with the purple hair creeps me out. But at the same time, I really enjoyed it. It's a good change of pace from the normal shows I see everyday, and it's got an old-school feel without seeming dated. I felt it was accessible, and it's short, only six episodes, which makes it a lot easier to pick up and watch.


Publisher: MAC
Discs: 1
Episodes: 6
Price: $5.00

Reviewer: Nozomu
Reviewed On: 06/17/2004
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