Netflix will release Adam by Eve, which can be described as a live animation or a hybrid anime/live-action. It’s like Roger Rabbit, both live-action and animation.
The film gets a worldwide release on March 15th. That’s when we confront the one-eyed monster haunting two students.
Based on songs by Eve, broken up into three parts and each with its own director and different animation studio, the hybrid has the potential to be surreal.
The first part is Bodou (Riot) which is directed by Hibiki Yoshizaki and Studio Khara, the second part is directed by Waboku and the third party by Yuichiro Saeki at House Khaki.
There’s an overall director, thankfully, who is Nobutaka Yoda with STORY Inc.
Netflix describe the feature-length;
A mysterious story that is depicted with vibrant visuals that combine live-action with 3DCG and 2D animation. High school student Aki wanders into a strange world created by the mysterious entity “Hitotsume-sama” in search of her friend Taki, who suddenly disappeared before her eyes. Guided by Taki’s voice, she finds a fictional Shibuya district that is neither dream nor reality. But what lies there?
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