Los Angeles, 1999 A young man, days before he is to leave for art school in Japan, meets his perfect girl. He's eager to confess his immediate, undeniable love for her, except he doesn't know what to say or how to say it. In the end, he does nothing, and he never sees her again. The encounter is brief but even years later he is haunted by the thought of "what might have been". So, the man takes the feelings of regret, and renders it into a fable about fate and lost memory: if he is unable to remember the past then perhaps he is free from the burden of not being able to change it.
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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The second unit director of photography Sean Marc Lee appears at the end of the film as a background café patron. See more