Director: Nobuhiro Suwa
The film follows a boyfriend/girlfriend duo through a tumultuous period in their lives: Yu is a depressed shop assistant. Kei is an underachieving actor who wants to sleep all day.
They get into a quarrel over a trifling matter; the following day Kei suddenly asks Yu to marry him. His proposal confuses her, and she begins to wonder what kind of a person she really is.
Kei does not know what to do with Yu who has lost her mental balance. The two are emotionally repressed and barely talk to each other about their deteriorating mental states: instead, they address an unseen narrator and tell him what they hint at with their actions.
Eri Yu, Hidetoshi Nishijima, Makiko Watanabe
Production: Bitters End Inc. / 35mm / colour / 90 mins.
Nobuhiro Suwa was born in Hiroshima prefecture in 1961. He began his career in 1980, working as assistant director on The Lonely Hearts Club Band in September directed by Shunichi Nagasaki.
Later, he was also assistant to Masashi Yamamoto and Sogo Ishii. He began making television documentaries in 1990. His original direction and screenplay of his 1995 documentary-style drama about Sojin Kamiyama, a Japanese actor who worked in Hollywood was highly acclaimed.