Don McLean performs his classic folk/rock repertoire in the beautiful Paramount Theatre in Austin, Texas. In a one-of-a-kind celebratory performance, he is backed by an orchestra and joined onstage by Nanci Griffith for two songs.
Michiko Shibata, A 30-year-old woman who has no job, no money, no boyfriend starts working for her former boss (Who she thinks is her arch nemesis) in a café until she settles in once more. But after spending a long time with her former boss she falls in love with him.
The director gave us an entertaining yet refreshing story about the innocent youth. The first love of boys and girls is entwined with adults' earthly stories. There is no value judgement from the director to instruct you the right and wrong, which allows the audience to enjoy the movie with an objective and moderate perspective. Youth is innocent and painful, and yet is to be replaced by adultness, which may drive away friendship, fairness, pure love, etc. And in this story, the later, no doubt, spoils some boy's or girl's first love, as the life teach us a lesson now and then. But everyone have no choice but to grow up.
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