The film depicts a melancholy story about a pair of a young women and a man who devoted each other with love and comfort to escape the world that hurts them. Through the story unfolds, I acknowledge something that I find myself most difficult to understand is that: 'the characters eventually choose to escape, to lie and to wander but no to fight, to explain or to have a conversation. ' of course some explanations can be provide to support their motivation but I still worries for those protagonists :'will they wandering forever ?'
The visual presentation shares the features of the mainstream of Modern Japanese Drama and mystery which is, simply, pure and natural. Like the protagonist's eyes, they are unadorned, clean and neat, which serves the story.
In a park on a rainy evening, a 19-year-old university student, Fumi, offers an umbrella to a soaking wet 10-year-old girl, Sarasa. Realizing her reluctance to go home, Fumi lets her stay in his place, where she spends the next two months in peace. They take each other's hands and seem to have finally found their place in the world until Fumi is arrested for kidnapping. Fifteen years later, the lonely two are reunited both still suffering from the stigma as the victim and perpetrator of "a pedophile case". Will the society give a place to their unshakable bond they have formed?
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