Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation trailer features Eve’s ‘Kaikai Kitan‘ and gorgeous animation — Watch!

Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation trailer makes this Eve/Netflix collaboration look amazing

Now, I am one of those fans of Japanese singer songwriter Eve who will pretty much watch/listen to anything he releases. And play it over and over again.

I mean, come on, the man is ultra-talented, ridiculously prolific and, when it comes to his catchy, addictive music, it also comes with some of the prettiest animated music videos.

Plus, hiding his face and who he is, makes Eve secretive and mysterious.

So, what’s not to like?

That’s why, when I heard about Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation — a live-action/animated feature-length story that has been produced in collaboration with Netflix, and is based on various Eve songs — I had its premiere marked on my calendar 10 seconds later.


What is Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation?

Then yesterday, an Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation trailer was released (watch below!) and, holy hell, this thing looks good.

The trailer features Eve’s ‘Kaikai Kitan‘, that absolutely fabulous Jujutsu Kaisen opening theme song, as well as various scenes from the upcoming film.

The film itself is a three-part movie, with each part directed by a different director and each based on different Eve songs, but with one storyline joining each part throughout.

The first of the three is called ‘Boudou (Riot)’, and is directed by Hibiki Yoshizaki.

The second part, ‘Don’t Replay Boredom‘ is directed by Waboku (director for Eve’s ‘Yamiyo’), and the third part ‘Kaikai Kitan‘ by Yuichiro Saeki.

Nobutaka Yoda (director for Eve’s gorgeous video ‘Heikousen) is overseeing the entire project.

Netflix describes Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation like this:

High school student Aki wanders into a strange world created by the mysterious entity “Hitotsume-sama” in search of her friend Taki, who suddenly disappeared before her eyes. Guided by Taki’s voice, she finds a fictional Shibuya district that is neither dream nor reality. But what lies there?

Adam by Eve: A Live in Animation will be released in Japanese theaters on March 15th, with a worldwide release on Netflix on the same day.

Mark your calendars too as, man, this looks amazing, and learn more about the singer on Eve’s official website.

READ: Eve’s ‘Yoruwa Honoka‘ features a crazy, catchy melody and a bloody GORGEOUS music video — Watch!


About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.