Japanese films have a certain way of capturing its audience by its simplicity and subtlety. Most Japanese movies I've watched starts off with an ordinary scene, but somehow no matter how simple the movie is, I always learn a lot. And this movie wasn't an exception, although it was very simple, it was meaningful. One would somehow relate and get to see the many size and shapes of Loneliness. What this movie's greatest asset is that, it shows Loneliness at its raw form. So, if your feeling lonely or have someone feeling down or dejected, you can watch this together and maybe find some common ground. Movies, I believe have a lot of potential, one being able to connect people.
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