Hello everyone! I was unable to find a thread that covered this great documentary, and also had no luck finding English subtitles for it either. I personally really enjoyed watching it recently and thought others would too. Therefore, I worked to subtitle this 1 hr documentary in English and am making this thread to share it. I hope I made this post correctly, as I am fairly new to these forums. This is a 1 hour behind the scenes documentary looking at truly emotional, interesting, and nostalgic events that took place in 2016 (generally). It is similar to the "AKB+1" and "AKB+1+10" bonus documentaries that currently exist with English subs, centering around keywords from "A to Z". This documentary is worth watching even if for just the one segment about Yamaguchi Maho at the Sports Meet starting at 39:25, in my opinion. Below are links to the English subtitles I made in softsubs and hardsubs. 1) GDrive Softsub Download 2) GDrive Hardsub Download 3) Online Stream (Vimeo/DM): Part 1, Part 2 Notes About the Subtitles: Spoiler Huge thanks to Raijin @Aidoru for uploading Japanese Softsubs, provided from the original NHK Premium stream I believe. My subtitles are not to be sold or profited from in any way, and should never be placed behind adwalls. If redistributed, edited, or re-translated into another language, please be sure to include me in credits. I chose not to subtitle/translate most of the on-screen name tags or location tags, as they didn't add much to the documentary when the dialogue already said the important points. I hope that doesn't take away from your viewing experience. My Brief Review and Thoughts: Spoiler This is one of the most enjoyable watches I have had in a long time from AKB. Notably, many of the members featured in this documentary have now blossomed in the modern day group rather than graduated entirely, which makes the time investment watching feel really worth it (compared to watching the 2011-2014 documentaries). It's great to see what has changed in their characters and also what has stayed the same. Furthermore, this documentary has tons of interesting and lighthearted moments that are rarely seen in most AKB media, such as members freaking out getting their annual flu shots, the athletics meet, and other special events. It also has the epic victories (eg. Maho's Final Kick, Janken Tournament) and touching low points (eg. major members graduating, no fans at handshakes) that make for a compelling story. I think for even the most veteran fans, this documentary can show you something really fun and interesting. I hope you enjoy it as well! I'm happy to be able to share this documentary in English subs with everyone. Please forgive any errors in translation. I would love to hear your thoughts after watching! Cheers.