Banri Tada is a freshman at a Tokyo law school. After an accident, he suffers severe memory loss. Despite the incident, he befriends fellow freshman, Mitsuo Yanagisawa, which leads him to the beautiful, yet obsessive, Kouko Kaga.
Golden Time is narrated in 12 episodes. Each episode happens in one month and we see 12 stories from April to March. The common feature in the stories is the location, and all of them have been shot in a car and at the golden time.
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This is the only other short that I've watched besides all of the Disney Pixar shorts that play before their movies. Golden Time is about a TV that is dropped off in a junkyard because it is outdated; the TV is reflecting on the good times. The TV makes a couple of aquaintances, but his main friend is a wind-up cat toy, but he's quite the jerk. You should check this short out. At a rough 20 minutes, you should check this short out. I watched it on Netflix!
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