Sachiko, who is now married and a homemaker, is contacted by her junior, Megumi, who asks to meet at a coffee shop. Megumi does not reveal anything about why she has come to Tokyo, except for work. Sachiko tries to get through this uncomfortable conversation by faking a smile because she can’t even remember Megumi’s nickname. When some time passes, they happen to go to Sachiko’s house, where Megumi gets a glimpse of Sachiko’s everyday life.
Osaka Visual Arts
The senior and junior women meet for the first time in a long time. The searching look of the younger woman who comes to the room where the senior couple lives, and the well-crafted dialogues allow the viewer to imagine the background of the two women and the hollow space in their hearts that they each hold.
Her first feature Passerby #3 (2010) won the Best Asian-Middle Eastern Film award at the 23rd Tokyo International Film Festival. Short film Circle Line (2012) won the Canal+Prize in 65th Cannes Critic’s Week. Pluto(2013) second feature, won a special mention of Crystal bear 63rd Berlin International Film Festival. Her sixth Hommage (2021) was premiered at 34th Tokyo international film festival and is on the journey including Jeonju, Tribeca, Sydney film festival and many film festivals.
CEO ONGAESHI Holdings Co., Ltd.
After serving as the director in charge of human resources at Recruit (currently Recruit
Holdings), the president of ⑭Recruit Agent, and the president and chairman of Recruit
Global Family Hong Kong, he became the fifth chairman of the Japan Professional
Football League (J. League), the first appointment from a private company. He
completed four eight-year terms and is now an honorary member. CEO of ONGAESHI
Holdings Co., Ltd.