Yuzo and his fiancée Masako spend their Sunday afternoon together, trying to have a good time on just thirty-five yen. They manage to have many small adventures, especially because Masako's optimism and belief in dreams is able to lift Yuzo from his realistic despair.
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We have to face reality to survive in a world like this.
This is the kind of world where you need dreams the most. You can't live without them. It'd be too painful.
Dreams won't fill your belly.
You had dreams, too, before you went off to war.