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A highly original work by an artist who follows his own vision - wherever it leads.
Featuring a strong woman as a rebuff to traditional anime issues, it [Night is Short, Walk On Girl ] serves as a funny and fancy romantic narrative.
That unrestrained surrealism and willingness to surprise the audience with something new at every turn is why Masaaki Yuasa is one of the best filmmakers around.
At the very least it's presented with vigor and confidence in a manner which keeps our eyes peeled for more from the talented filmmaker.
This is not for the casual animation fan, nor is for someone necessarily looking to connect with the main characters; it cares about the sum rather than individual parts, but that's kind of okay.
A film with reminders that you should have clean your room yet also a film about cherishing the highs and lows of youth.
The term "fever dream" is often used to describe animation like Yuasa's, but it's rarely so apt as it is here.
It will leave some people scratching their heads, understandably...but this is pure inventiveness and creativity.
Frankly, it takes enough effort just to keep up with the pretty colours.
Amusingly bizarre anime comedy has iffy themes, drinking.
Colorful, madcap, and surprisingly sweet, The Night Is Short, Walk On Girl is the best nocturnal romp you never had, and a dizzying reignition of rom-com formula.
[A] Cocktail of fascinating images... [Full review in Spanish]
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