An Intriguing Anime Short By the Same Creator as Time of Eve

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Aquatic Language (Mizu no Kotoba) is a 9-minute short directed by Yasuhiro Yoshiura (Time of Eve) in 2002. The short went on to win the Excellent Work Award at the Tokyo International Anime Fair the following year. The film is set in a café where several people spend their evening drinking coffee and talking to their friends. These include two gossiping girls, two debating men, a bookworm, and a boy who just broke up with his girlfriend. While the café initially appears to be like any…

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