In her early thirties, broke, and in the wake of a humbling breakup, a spirited, yet rudderless young woman finds herself struggling to get by in the bustling Parisian metropolis; however, if she can make it there, she'll make it anywhere.
A high executive is asked if she'd like to be the first female CEO in a water company, ruled by the government. But she'll not be the only one running for the job. She'll face some hard and dirty competition.
Ostensibly this film is "about" the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshina, or rather about the making of a documentary on that subject. In reality, though hard to pin down, it is much more: light, graceful, poetic, it is full of gentle moments that prod you to reflection about memory, culture, identity. Watch this film : it will make you a better person.
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