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Video Girl Ai


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Den'ei Shoujo Video Girl AI
Japanese: 電影少女 VIDEO・GIRL・AI

Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 6
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 27, 1992 to Aug 28, 1992
Producers: Shueisha
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Manga
Duration: 29 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Statistics

Score: 7.301 (scored by 7,775 users)
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Ranked: #23392
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Popularity: #2678
Members: 15,030
Favorites: 74
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Episodes: /6
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Synopsis

After a crushing rejection, the heartbroken Youta Moteuchi trudges home. On his way, a dimly lit video store catches his eye, and he ends up purchasing a "video girl" tape meant to ease the hearts of lonely men. However, when he tries to play it in his broken VCR, a beautiful girl leaps out of his TV and lands on his bed. Calling herself Ai Amano, she looks like a golden opportunity for Youta to finally experience true love—that is, until her personality, now troubling thanks to the broken VCR, shows through. Despite her flaws, however, Ai wholeheartedly promises she will ensure Youta finds happiness and true love in his life.

Video Girl Ai follows the daily life of a teenage boy and his pursuit of a fulfilling romance. With the help of his virtual guardian angel, Youta sets forth to find the girl of his dreams.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Ishikawa, Mitsuhisa
Producer
Nishikubo, Mizuho
Director, Storyboard, Animation Director
Watanabe, Hiroshi
Director, Executive Producer
Akahori, Satoru
Script


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"Ureshii Namida (うれし涙)" by Noriko Sakai

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"Ano Hi ni... (あの日に...)" by Maki Kimura




More reviewsReviews

Aug 12, 2007
dnt (All reviews)
Video Girl Ai,

Story:
Another storyline where the impossible becomes possible, giving hopes to a guy who seems to have no luck, this storyline is pretty original and really sucks you into the relationships as it goes along. The seriousness of this anime mixed with the relationship is utterly astounding. A good storyline base and the story just becomes better and better.

Art:
For the time it was made this anime is amazing, truly a classic.

Sound:
Soundtrack is great, character voices are outstanding, really do fit the characters.

Character:
The characters are read more
Dec 4, 2008
firestarter_ (All reviews)
Video Girl Ai is probably one of the best anime OVA's I've seen in my anime watching years. The designs of the characters are some of the most beautiful I've seen and is amazing for 1992. This series is meant to be watched in japanese and the dub is good, but not the best. I think the animation is fluid and well produced, with the soundtrack consisting of mostly pop music, but I was content. So if you haven't seen it, it's definitely worth a watch.
Sep 25, 2015
literaturenerd (All reviews)
Overview:

Time for another episode of highly obscure anime reviews! Today I am going to talk about Video Girl Ai, which is one of those instances of a show or movie that had a small cult following for a couple years after it was released but quickly became forgotten. The movie equivalent of Video Girl Ai in terms of small, cult films that became highly obscure with time would be something like "Zorro the Gay Blade" or "Buddy Holly: Six String Samurai".

Plot:

The plot starts out with the cliche premise of a hapless loser named Yota trying to get a girlfriend and constantly failing. Yota is read more
May 12, 2015
nanami_cow (All reviews)
I happened to stumble across Video Girl Ai while I was clicking around on TV Tropes one day, and the plot sounded interesting, so I figured, "hey, it's only 6 episodes, so why don't I give it a shot?" And I'm pretty glad I did. This is an under appreciated gem. Even though it's listed as an ecchi, the fanservice is actually pretty tasteful, and it's much more focused on plot rather than fanservice. So, even if ecchi titles generally aren't your thing, you should still give this a chance.
The story is a romance with a slight supernatural element to it. At its heart, it's read more

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