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Arashi no yoru ni (2005)

After meeting on a stormy night, a goat Mei and a wolf Gabu become sworn friends. However, trouble sets afoot among the two unlikely friends after their secret gets out, putting them in a perilous yet amazing adventure.

Director:

Gisaburô Sugii

Writers:

Yûichi Kimura (book), Gisaburô Sugii
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Cast

Credited cast:
Eiji Bandô Eiji Bandô ... Elder (voice)
Kaba Chan Kaba Chan ... Grandmother Goat (voice) (as Kaba.Chan)
Shôzô Hayashiya Shôzô Hayashiya ... Tabu (voice)
Shidô Nakamura ... Gabu (voice)
Hiroki Narimiya Hiroki Narimiya ... Mei (voice)
Riki Takeuchi ... Giro (voice)
Kôichi Yamadera ... Barry (voice)
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Storyline

Fleeing a violent thunderstorm, a young goat named Mei becomes separated from his tribe and takes shelter in a cabin. He soon is not alone, as another creature limps inside. In the dark they cannot see each other, both have colds and cannot smell each other, but in conversation assume they are of the same kind for they have much in common even apart from a shared fear of thunder, having been taught by elders to run fast to survive and to value loyalty and friendship. They agree to meet the next day for a picnic, with the words "stormy night" used to identify each other. Getting past their initial shock at seeing each other in the daylight, their friendship grows even though they were born enemies, as a goat and a wolf. They continue to meet secretly with Gav fighting off his natural predator tendencies. One day Gav helps Mei escape a wolf hunt, and they are observed together. The other goats demand that Mei use his friend to get details of the wolves plans or be exiled. Gav is ... Written by Brian Greenhalgh

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Born enemies... Sworn friends.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Japan]

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

10 December 2005 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Amicinemici - Le avventure di Gav & Mei See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The cutest movie you could ever see!
9 November 2009 | by nicolasstrappiniSee all my reviews

This movie is unbelievably charming and cute.

It's about the friendship between a wolf and a little goat. The wolf defends the little goat from his wolf friends.... and you can really believe they love one another!

But the movie does deal with more adult themes too. It keeps you caring about what happens to the characters throughout.

The production values are quite good and the characters themselves have quite a wide range of expressions. The designs for the wolves don't look like typical anime designs. And the plot is less convoluted than most anime. I wouldn't show it to the youngest children as there is some mild violence and threat. I think it'd be rated PG.

But anyway You have to see it!


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