In the future of 2010 (show's old, folks) in the city of Neo-Acropolis 11 girls go about their lives, facing their problems and trying to get by. These are their stories.
Seraphim Call is definitely anime. But it's not a normal anime. Sunrise made thins thing in 1999 as some sort of experiment. Every episode except the last focuses on one of the 11 girls, and with the exception of episodes 5 and 6, they are separate, individual stories. The way they are directed, scripted and acted is also different for each story. One episodes is from the perspective of a stuffed animal, another might only have a single character shown, while another might be told chronologically disjointed. This is more of a strange art project, and I found it fascinating. Production wise the show must have had a very small budget. There are animation corner cuts all over. They will actively try not to focus on the mouths of the characters while they are talking, as to avoid needing to animate it. Episode 12 especially is guilty of this. All in all, I think this is an interesting anime, if only to focus on the different storytelling methods it included.
Subtitles are from the official R1 release.
**Opening & 1st Ending (Middle-click the image to open video in new tab.)**
[![Opening](https://i.ibb.co/rMwvrfN/Sera-OP.png)](https://mega.nz/file/4AcWlaAS#S-uA4q2QqT1FzPN3kchwpk3G7qwfnNX6HyL4b1OmrVI) [![1st Ending](https://i.ibb.co/xGTpRcF/Sera-ED.png)](https://mega.nz/file/NUN2kIqA#6l4kXFBHgKMzGHDHhq8-VIS7jdLLPHoiLvsvG-lBxI4)