Director: Kenshin Nawa
Japan, 2006, 12 min
Shooting Format:Super 16
Cast:Kyoko Kozakura, Yukio Okuyama, Takashi Yuki, Akira Nagasawa, Yuki
Crew:Producers: K.Nawa, D.Yano, H.Takene - Screenwriter & Editor: Kenshin Nawa - Cinematographer: Hiroo Takaoka - Production Design: Fumitaka Sasaki - Original Score: Daisuke Yano - Gaffer: Yuji Wada - Casting Director: Kouko Yanagawa - Sound Record: Naomi Kumauchi - Sound Design: Yoichi Nishimura - Assistant Directors:Rikei Kubo, Kenichi Tokita - Location Coordinate: Tomonori Yoshida - Set Decoration: Jun Terao - Still Photographer: Yosuke Yano - Costume: Nao Fukuoka
Sales:Kenshin Nawa, Director, Producer - Tokyo, Japan
An elderly couple live in a mountain village in Japan in the years after World War II. One night a young man comes to their home seeking shelter from the rain. The woman is delighted; due to her dementia, she believes that their son Hajime has returned from the war. Her husband, however, knows that their visitor is dangerous.
About the director
Kenshin Nawa is a Japanese filmmaker who works as a director for commercial and film productions in Tokyo. Nawa received his MFA degree in Film from Columbia College, Chicago.
Director Kenshin Nawa and Cinematographer Hiroo Takaoka will be available for Q&A after the screening.