"Eden" is directed by Irie Yasuhiro, produced by Justin Leach (Innocence), character design by Kawamoto Toshihiro (Cowboy Bebop), screenplay by Ueno Kimiko (Crayon Shin-chan: Ora's Moving Story, Cactus Attack), music by Maid in Abyss. Kevin Penkin joins the team. It is a science fiction fantasy created by creators from around the world.
The story takes place thousands of years in the future on Eden 3, a world inhabited only by robots led by their leader, Robot Zero.
The story begins when two agricultural robots, E92 and A37, accidentally discover a capsule containing a baby named "Sara" and awaken it from its sleep.
Since humans are considered to be the bad guys in this world, the two robots decide to take Sarah out of Eden and raise her in secret, where she will be safe and protected from harm.
One day, after growing up quickly under the care of the two robots, Sarah notices a voice calling her from afar. It was from "Eden 3" where the robot was supposed to be the only one...
The four cast members announced this time are.
Marika Takano as Sara, Kentaro Ito as E92, Kyoko Hyoue as A37, and Koichi Yamadera as Zero.
Eden" will be available worldwide exclusively on Netflix from May 2021.
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--How did you feel when you got the role and how did you feel when you read the script?
I was instantly taken aback by the sight of a single human being living with a robot.
On the day of the first recording session, I was asked to do a tentative recording for the film. I didn't have the kind of timing that would allow me to say, "I've been accepted for this role," so I thought that someday I might be cast in a film where a different person was acting. So I was happy to be cast in the role as it was, and more importantly, I was happy that everyone who made the film was happy with it.
--Do you have a message for your fans at home and abroad?
Although it is a science fiction work, it is filled with a lot of feelings that cannot be expressed in scientific terms.
Somewhere in the not-too-distant future, there may be a world like this. In such a case, what should people be like? What is it that we really want to cherish for ourselves? This work gives us an opportunity to rethink what we truly want to do today.
I hope you, who are someone's "precious", will watch this film. Please enjoy this film!