The Night is Short, Walk on Girl

Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome

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On a mysterious night that seems to last for a year, an ordinary college student continues to chase one of his underclassmen, a girl with black hair—the girl of his dreams. Up until now, he has been relying on a simple plan, which is to calculatingly bump into her every day while making it seem like a meaningful coincidence. However, his efforts remain futile as their relationship is not progressing at all. Meanwhile, the black-haired girl believes that everything is connected by fate and endeavors to experience as many new things as possible, leaving it all for destiny to decide. While strolling along the lively streets of Kyoto, she discovers that the very beginning of her fateful journey—a book she had as a child—is currently being sold in a second-hand bookstore. Upon knowing this, the college student eyes another opportunity to run into her "by chance": this time, he hopes to get the book before she does and finally grasp the thread of fate that could connect their hearts.

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English: Night Is Short, Walk on Girl
Japanese: 夜は短し歩けよ乙女
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 7, 2017
Producers: Fuji TV, Toho, BS Fuji, Kadokawa
Licensors: GKIDS
Studios: Science SARU
Source: Novel
Genres: Comedy, Romance
Duration: 1 hr 33 min
Rating: R+ – Mild Nudity
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Dual Audio, Eng Sub


Eunyoung Choi – Producer, Storyboard
Masaaki Yuasa – Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Eriko Kimura – Sound Director
Pyeonggang Heo – Episode Director
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