the story took place in a distant future, where the Fractale system created a perfect human world, tending to their every need and creating a peaceful world for everyone to live in. the system was created with large number of networked computers, indirectly connected to every individuals through a terminal implanted in their bodies. however, Clain was fascinated by the old technologies. he helped a girl name Phryne, who left him a pendant before vanishing the next day. Clain tried accessing the data on the pendant and activated a human looking Doppel named Nessa. he set out a journey with Nessa to discover the truth behind the Fractale system.
the anime started out feeling simple and relaxing. but once their journey started, it was far from being enjoyable. it felt messy, with little explanations, the scenes switch from one location to another easily had me lost track of the storyline. while some believed in the Fractale system, others believed in God, however the God in their world was actually the Fractale system, which also made their worshiping felt completely unnecessary. loose ends were left untied, making the anime felt like a bunch of random ideas put together. and most importantly, it focused so much on Phryne and Nessa, yet i didn't quite understand how or why were they vital in the Fractale system.
some background on the anime:
- episodes: 11
- director: Yutaka Yamamoto (山本寛)
- released: 2011
- language: Japanese
- genre: Adventure/Science Fiction