In the story of "A Place Farther Than the Universe", the main characters, without exception, are a group of losers and a group of losers. In the eyes of others, Maru Tamaki may be just an ordinary female high school student, but in her own eyes, she is a loser who dare not chase her dreams. On the night she failed to skip class, she said to her good friend: When I want to try something I haven't done before, I think about what to do if it doesn't go well, I'm afraid of failure, I'm worried about whether I'll regret it... I hate myself the most. Even for Yuzuki Shiraishi, who is a popular idol, she considers herself a loser in interpersonal relationships.
In the face of the three people who came to Tokyo specially to persuade them to join the Antarctic observation team, Yuzuki photo background removing recounted the lonely life she had been through along the way, and the feeling of powerlessness that she couldn't even make friends with ordinary people. : I have no friends. Not just now, but never. As for Miyake Hyuga, a girl who did not go to high school, in the eyes of society, she is an outlier and a loser in the group. In the second episode, Hinata expressed the reason why he couldn't go to high school in a slightly emotional tone:
"I don't like the chaotic atmosphere in the group, so high school is not suitable for me." Later, we all know that Hinata has suffered exclusion and betrayal in the school group. On the other hand, Obuchizawa Hoose had long been used to being treated as a loser by others. From the very beginning, her Antarctic dream has been ridiculed and looked down upon by others. At school, Hoose's nickname is "Antarctic", and her classmates regard her as a weirdo and laugh at her for being over-the-top. "Grandma, friends, teachers, seniors, and neighbors, they all said, 'Do you think children can go to that kind of place?'" House told the truth.