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Yoru no Hi


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Night Lamp, Night Lights
Japanese: 夜の灯

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 2005
Producers: None found, add some
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Source: Unknown
Genres: Psychological
Duration: 3 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 5.091 (scored by 185 users)
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Ranked: #77242
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #8560
Members: 355
Favorites: 1
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

The rooftops of a darkened city, a couple walking by a lone streetlight on an otherwise darkened street, an old man rocking in a creaky chair in the corner of a room lit only by the moon or the streetlight entering through the window.

(Source: Nishikata Film Review)

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Shiroki, Saori
Shiroki, Saori
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somaisbatman
Sep 30, 2016
When Macklemore invented gay rights back in 2012 with his release of Same Love, it was very clear that he was fresh off of viewing the arthouse masterpiece Yoru no Hi. While we can all agree that Same Love is one of the best singles of 2012, second only to PSY's Gangnam style, can the same be said of this video. Does Yoru no Hi stand the test of time now that Macklemore has defeated heterosexuality? With these questions in mind I plunged into this short film to find out.

Visually, this one's a shocker. Everything is rendered in brown tones, which creates a murky, depressed, read more
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Please_Send_Help
Sep 30, 2016
I first went into this expecting it to be the typical shounen anime, with an OP MC focusing more on tropes such as friendship instead of actual character development. I was disappointed to find that I was right. Despite the unusual art style, DO NOT BE FOOLED. Art is a good thing, but not all is as innocent as fans would have others believe. The movie focuses on the image of a moth, which according to my extensive research symbolizes unsettling things such as Shadows and Otherworldliness. Our overpowered main character (who we will refer to as "The Old Man") is slowly corrupted by the read more
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memesquad
Dec 2, 2015
When I went to watch this, what I got definitely wasn't what I was expecting. I'm surprised at how alright this is, I having expected something a lot... weirder.


It is definitely eerie, even maybe a a bit unsettling, but not in a scary sort of way; the scariest part about this being the style it was drawn in, but even that seems to just add to the short film's overall feeling.


All in all, I think this is a nice thing to watch once when you have a few minutes to kill, and don't mind storytelling that's voiceless. Though, don't expect the story to be clear read more
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