What is important for a film? Is it a story? Camera work? Acting? Movement? Shout? Compelling? I have no idea.
It sometimes happens what people think is not interesting is interesting for you, and vice versa. There should be nothing that everyone thinks is interesting without universal values. Then, we have no choice but to stick to what is interesting and precious for yourself.
Many people complain about "incomprehensibility" of some films or criticize about it. But for me, the incomprehensibility is interesting. I sometimes even think that not-understanding is the best. I want to step into the incomprehensibility of human beings. This film is something like this.
Cast & Staff
[Director / Scenario / Music]
Leon Ko Yonekawa
Born in Aichi, in 1992. Graduated from Director Course, Department of Film Production at Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2016. This film won "Department President's Award" at Kyoto University of Art and Design" in 2015.