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Anime Ltd to release Night is Short Walk on Girl

Anime Ltd to release Night is Short Walk on Girl
James Taylor
Author: James Taylor

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Anime Ltd are releasing The Night is SHort Walk on girl on special edition Blu Ray and DVD on June 25th. 

The film will also see a special Anime Ltd release exclusive to the online store.

Full details can be found on the All the Anime blog.

From the site:

The Ltd Collector’s Ed. Blu-ray+DVD set will come packed in a rigid case with a digipack to hold the Blu-ray and DVD discs. Also included is a 52-page art book that is divided into three sections; Characters, Settings and then in a change of pace we’re including an essay written by Andrew Osmond (author of 100 Animated Feature Films). It works as a great companion to the film and is a great read whether you’re familiar with the film, or perhaps other titles of Masaaki Yuasa’s, or not.

If that wasn’t enough, on the disc themselves you’ll also get an interview with director Masaaki Yuasa and there’s also some Japanese previews of the film too.

In case you’re not aware, the film is in Japanese with English subtitles only. (No English language dub has been produced for this.) The audio option for watching the main feature is Japanese 5.1.

Trailer:

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