Release : March 27th, 2015 @7th Okinawa International Movie Festival
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I saw a dream. Although I didn't understand what was said, a voice called to my soul…
|Story||Ayumi is 34 years old and has been working as an information call center operator for the past 10 years. In this day and age when anyone can find whatever they want on the internet, inquiries have dropped markedly. The phone doesn’t ring much anymore. Ayumi is plagued by feelings of emptiness and loneliness. She responds to only one or two calls a day, routine inquiries from older people who use the telephone as their source for information. One day, Ayumi is summoned along with several of her coworkers by her boss to be suddenly told she would be laid off. She returns to her parents’ house as if drawn there for some reason. When she arrives, her father, with whom she hadn’t had any contact in years, is waiting.|
|Cast||Erika, Masahiro Arakaki, Tamotsu Oshiro, Tsubu Mustard Ashimine|
|Data||Completion Year : 2015 Length : 20min Planning and Production Management : OCVB Okinawa Film Office Supported by Okinawa Prefectural Government
Contact : OCVB Okinawa Film Office
|Staff||Cinematographer: Bayu Prihantoro Filemon, Assistant Director: Masato Tanno, Lighting: Masaki Shinjo, Sound: Masahiro Yokozawa, Music: Gardika Gigih Pradipta, Production Design: Hiroshi Yatabe, Wardrobe: Mizuno Tomoyose, Line Producer: Shoji Ohashi, Associate Producer: John Badalu, Producers: Hyoe Yamamoto, Deborah Barillas, Special Thanks: Nanjo City, University of the Ryukyus|
|Location||Nanjo City http://www.city.nanjo.okinawa.jp/|
Director / Writer: Yosep Anggi Noen
Originally from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Graduated from the Asian Film Academy in 2007. His first feature film “Peculiar Vacation and Other Illnesses” made its world premier at the 2012 Locarno International Film Festival and received a Special Mention from the Dragon and Tiger Award for Young Cinema at the Vancouver International Film Festival the same year. His short film “A Lady Caddy Who Never Saw a Hole in One” (2014) was shown at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and won Grand Prix in the International Division at the 2014 Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia. He is one of the most promising directors in Asia today.