Glim is the tritagonist in the French animated movie Mune: Guardian of the Moon.
She is voiced in French by Izïa Higelin and in English by Nicole Provost.
Glim is a slender individual with orange for the colour of her skin and hair. Unlike her overall orange complexion her eyes are huge and black. Her body looks a lot like a dress, but it is not. She also might be Mune's age, considering they almost have the same height.
Glim is highly intelligent and resourceful yet fragile. Because of her fragile state, she can be seen worried of freezing and breaking such as when Mune and Sohone were heading underwater. While it is so, she is shown to be brave and courages when the balance and the safety of others is concerned 'till the point of sacrificing her own self.
She is also shown to have a side which yearns for adventure. This can be proven when she wrote about the guardians having amazing adventures and looks upset when she is made to realise that such and adventure including herself would be impossible because of her fragile state.
Glim, before joining Mune and Sohone on their adventures, lived alone with her father, but no mother, due to her mother getting killed after going outside in the sun. Because of this, her father is very strict and is always forcing her to stay inside where it is safe. She also spends most of her time studying astronomy and reading books otherwise known as the ancient books.
- Glim, aside from her father, is the only known character to not be from night or day, but is in fact a hybrid between the two. Therefore she is from dawn and dusk.