It's a tainted history for perfection.
A thousand years in to our future, Saki and her friends Satoru, Maria, Mamoru and Shun's world is falling apart at the seams. Lies and secrets run through this small and idyllic community filled with lush surroundings and quaint individuals. The heart of the matter may lie in their psychic abilities called 'Juryoku' which, allows individuals to materialize their desires and has rendered technology obsolete.
But are these childhood group of friends prepared to discover the dark truth behind their world and its consequences? Or will they let everything they once knew fall to pieces at their feet?
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While I can't say much about the actual story since whether you enjoy it or not is down to a personal preference I will say that I personally really enjoy the artwork, music, plot and the characters. It does have quite a slow start but when it picks up it really grabs your attention. You want to get to the next episode straight away to see what is going to happen. It's more of a "show don't tell series" so the answers to some of your questions through the show are not given to you so "in your face" and repetitively. It leaves room to wonder and think for yourself, a little creative freedom. For those who don't like cliff hangers the story does a good job at wrapping itself up in a way that there could be more but it's not necessary. The DVD's cover is really nice. The images chosen are appropriate and the discs are really nice too. It's quite an attractive thing to own. You won't getting any special extras outside of clean opening and closing animations as you might expect. I'm really happy I bought it. I knew it was something that I was going to want to watch over and over again. I think it's a series that can be overlooked. I do recommend giving it a go if the description is something you might be interested in.
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