History Literature / ArashiNoYoruNi

14th Jun '16 9:32:57 PM OnTheHillside
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* DidTheyOrDidntThey: As they're preparing to leave the secret cave Gabu hides them both in during the wolf attack, the pair's conversation turns to the full moon and how much they simply enjoy being with each other. It gets quite emotional, and the camera pans away as they decide to skip going home and just spend the night in the cave together. They don't get back to their respective homes until late the next day.
6th Jun '16 3:00:26 AM Lancelot07
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* DidTheyOrDidntThey: As they're preparing to leave the secret cave Gabu hides them both in during the wolf attack, the pair's conversation turns to the full moon and how much they simply enjoy being with each other. It gets quite emotional, and the camera pans away as they decide to skip going home and just spend the night in the cave together. They don't get back to their respective homes until late the next day.
26th May '16 7:22:09 PM OnTheHillside
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* DidTheyOrDidn'tThey: As they're preparing to leave the secret cave Gabu hides them both in during the wolf attack, the pair's conversation turns to the full moon and how much they simply enjoy being with each other. It gets quite emotional, and the camera pans away as they decide to skip going home and just spend the night in the cave together. They don't get back to their respective homes until late the next day.

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* DidTheyOrDidn'tThey: DidTheyOrDidntThey: As they're preparing to leave the secret cave Gabu hides them both in during the wolf attack, the pair's conversation turns to the full moon and how much they simply enjoy being with each other. It gets quite emotional, and the camera pans away as they decide to skip going home and just spend the night in the cave together. They don't get back to their respective homes until late the next day.
26th May '16 7:21:28 PM OnTheHillside
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* DidTheyOrDidn'tThey: As they're preparing to leave the secret cave Gabu hides them both in during the wolf attack, the pair's conversation turns to the full moon and how much they simply enjoy being with each other. It gets quite emotional, and the camera pans away as they decide to skip going home and just spend the night in the cave together. They don't get back to their respective homes until late the next day.
21st May '16 1:15:07 AM Snicka
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Compare ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' and ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad''. Contrast ''Anime/RingingBell''.

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Compare ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound'' and ''Anime/NightOnTheGalacticRailroad''. Contrast ''Anime/RingingBell''.
''Anime/RingingBell'', a DarkerAndEdgier anime also exploring the relationship between a wolf and a sheep.
13th May '16 9:29:14 PM TheBigBopper
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''Arashi no Yoru ni ("One Stormy Night")'', a 1994 Japanese children's book and 2005 Japanese animated film about the deeply [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romantic_friendship romantic friendship]] (or [[StraightGay relationship]], depending on whom you ask) between a goat named Mei and a wolf named Gabu. It starts [[TitleDrop one stormy night]] when Mei and Gabu, both separated from their companions and terrified of lightning, happen to take shelter in the same barn. There in the dark where they can't see each other's species, they strike up a conversation and learn they have a lot in common. They promise to meet each other again at the same place, and say "one stormy night" as their secret phrase. Imagine their surprise the next day when they discover the truth! Mei and Gabu like each other so much already that they decide to put aside predator and prey in order to be secret friends. However, it's only a matter of time, before their respective groups find out they've been fraternizing with the enemy, and brand them as traitors. Will these two be able to find a way to stay together?

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''Arashi no Yoru ni ("One Stormy Night")'', a 1994 Japanese children's book and 2005 Japanese animated film about the deeply [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romantic_friendship romantic friendship]] (or [[StraightGay relationship]], depending on whom you ask) between a goat named Mei and a wolf named Gabu. It starts [[TitleDrop one stormy night]] when Mei and Gabu, both separated from their companions and terrified of lightning, happen to take shelter in the same barn. There in the dark where they can't see each other's species, they strike up a conversation and learn they have a lot in common. They promise to meet each other again at the same place, and say "one stormy night" as their secret phrase. Imagine their surprise the next day when they discover the truth! Mei and Gabu like each other so much already that they decide to put aside predator and prey in order to be secret friends. However, it's only a matter of time, time before their respective groups find out they've been fraternizing with the enemy, and brand them as traitors. Will these two be able to find a way to stay together?
13th May '16 9:28:31 PM TheBigBopper
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There is [[NoExportForYou no official English title]], but when a translation is needed, fans usually call it ''One Stormy Night''.
13th May '16 9:27:46 PM TheBigBopper
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''Arashi no Yoru ni'', a 1994 Japanese children's book and 2005 Japanese animated film about the deeply [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romantic_friendship romantic friendship]] (or [[StraightGay relationship]], depending on whom you ask) between a goat named Mei and a wolf named Gabu.

A CG-animated TV series, subtitled ''Himitsu no Tomodachi'' (Secret Friends), began airing on Creator/TVTokyo on April 4, 2012. It is noteworthy for {{Gender Flip}}ping Mei.

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''Arashi no Yoru ni'', ni ("One Stormy Night")'', a 1994 Japanese children's book and 2005 Japanese animated film about the deeply [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romantic_friendship romantic friendship]] (or [[StraightGay relationship]], depending on whom you ask) between a goat named Mei and a wolf named Gabu.

Gabu. It starts [[TitleDrop one stormy night]] when Mei and Gabu, both separated from their companions and terrified of lightning, happen to take shelter in the same barn. There in the dark where they can't see each other's species, they strike up a conversation and learn they have a lot in common. They promise to meet each other again at the same place, and say "one stormy night" as their secret phrase. Imagine their surprise the next day when they discover the truth! Mei and Gabu like each other so much already that they decide to put aside predator and prey in order to be secret friends. However, it's only a matter of time, before their respective groups find out they've been fraternizing with the enemy, and brand them as traitors. Will these two be able to find a way to stay together?

A CG-animated TV series, subtitled ''Himitsu no Tomodachi'' (Secret Friends), began airing on Creator/TVTokyo on April 4, 2012. It is noteworthy for {{Gender Flip}}ping Mei.
depicting Mei as a girl, compared to the books in which Mei's gender isn't specified (though the author later said Mei was supposed to be male all along), and the movie in which Mei is depicted as a boy.
2nd Apr '16 8:54:32 PM TheBigBopper
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16th Mar '16 10:18:21 PM sorako
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* HideYourGays: The children's books deliberately hide Mei's gender, making everyone at the time assume it was a boy-meets-girl love story. It wasn't until the movie that it was made clear both Mei and Gabu are male. The film still makes the homosexual romance aspect a bit subtle, as Mei and Gabu only say they are "best friends" and they never do anything beyond holding hands and hugging, but their relationship dynamic and dialogue still come off as highly romantic.

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* HideYourGays: The children's books deliberately hide Mei's gender, making everyone at the time assume it was a boy-meets-girl love story. It wasn't until the movie that it was made clear both Mei and Gabu are male. The film still makes the homosexual romance aspect a bit subtle, as subtle; Mei and Gabu only say they are "best friends" and they never do anything beyond holding hands and hugging, but their hugging. Their relationship dynamic and dialogue still come off as highly romantic.romantic, though.
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