- Episodes1 (~)
- Release Date28. Nov 2009
- Main genresThriller
- Country of OriginJapan
- Adapted FromOriginal Work
- Target GroupFemale
- Higashi no Eden Gekijouban I: The King of Eden東のエデン 劇場版Ⅰ The King of EdenStatus: CompletedRelease Date: 28.11.2009Studio: Production I.G., Inc.
- Eden of the East the Movie I: The King of EdenStatus: CompletedRelease Date: 26.04.2011
- Synonyms: Eden of the East: Movie 1
The intrigue goes international in The King of Eden, a feature-length conspiracy thriller that continues the action of Eden of the East. The deadly game that began in Japan now intensifies on the streets of New York City. The rules are the same: do whatever it takes to win. Die if you lose.
Takizawa prevented Japan's destruction - and then he vanished. Six months later, clues lead Saki to the Big Apple in search of her missing friend. Meanwhile, the remaining Selecao are plotting their final move. Some of them would prefer Takizawa dead and out of the way. Some might even be willing to help him achieve his goals. Unfortunately, some are prepared to destroy everything if it means claiming checkmate in Mr. Outside's puzzling game.
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Could it be that you’re my prince?
Most people are irresponsible, changing their opinions easily based on unconfirmed information or convenient rumors.
People are funny. Even a five-year-old knows how to spend money, but there’s plenty of adults who don’t know how to earn it. They feel better handing over money than bowing their head and taking it. They go on and on about how the customer’s always right, always the winner but isn’t that supposed to be how the seller feels, not them? But if everyone’s spending, who’s left to provide the service? I think a society where people prefer earning to spending is a healthier one.