RahXephon

Season 1 Episode 10

War In The Remembrance

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Oct 01, 2005 on G4
8.8
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Kunugi takes the day off. Quon visits him and plays some music for him, but its incomplete. She goes a little crazy because the song doesn't have an end. Meanwhile, Kunugi goes on a ship for a birthday date, talking to his former wife. She says that he didn't spend enough time with his daughter, using work as an excuse. She gives him the last part of the music. His daughter wrote the music for him. It's her birthday, but she's dead. He visits her grave. Quon finishes the song.

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  • good episode, and i never realised how good quon is at music.

    10
    This episode is pretty sad, i won't spoil it, but i loved this show, it has great charcter development and well quon has a talent at music aswell yay.



    Art:10-like always



    music:10-always again



    plot:10- why do i bother



    originality:10- best originality it has had yet, this time it has seperated from neon genesis evangalion, good one Rahxephon.
  • The Commander takes a day off for reasons unknown. Its later revealed that he's meeting someone on a ship for his daughter's birthday. He didn't spend enough time with her, using work as an excuse. She wrote a song about him, which Quan plays, but its mimoreless

    7.5
    I was a little confused during some of this episode. At one point, there's a scene where the Commander is watching a tape. The voice is kinda quite, so I missed most of it. I didn't understand some parts as a result. There are a few small comical or flirty moments, but most of this episode is sad.

    There was something about the Commander being a scapegoat. He was told to use a bomb. It turned out to be nuclear or something like that, which wasn't supposed to exist. He had been totally unaware, and it killed a lot of people. Later on, the military had attacked the Mulians unprovoked, starting a conflict, and the Commander had been in charge of that. There was also a flashback when the Commander, when he was at a lower rank, was saying that there were still civilians in a city and they shouldn't attack, and his superior threatened him with a court marshall unless he did it.

    I didn't get all of it, so some of the above may be mixed up. I'm not sure if I wasn't paying enough attention or it wasn't quite clear. If you watch this, listen and watch carefully. I had thought that videotape part wasn't so important, so I didn't turn it up or put on captions, but it seems that it was. This episode revealed a bit more about the Commander, and that maybe he isn't such a jerk after all.moreless
James Faulkner

James Faulkner

Jean-Patrick Shapplin (US)

Tiffany Grant

Tiffany Grant

Kim Hotaru (US)

Allison Keith-Shipp

Allison Keith-Shipp

Cathy McMahon (US)

Christine Auten

Christine Auten

Elvy Hadhiyat (US)

Laura Chapman

Laura Chapman

Maya Kamina (US)

Kelly Manison

Kelly Manison

Sayoko Nanamori (US)

Bob Biggerstaff

Bob Biggerstaff

Store Clerk (US)

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Marcy Rae

Marcy Rae

Game System (US)

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Emily Carter

Emily Carter

Mariko (US)

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Victor Carsrud

Victor Carsrud

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Charles Kennedy (III)

Charles Kennedy (III)

Store Manager (US)

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