Film documents the life of two Indian migrant women who moved to Japan as trailing spouses and the challenges they faced in ‘finding their niche’
In this award winning documentary, Shelly Silver presents an intimate portrait of a group of Japanese women ranging in age from 15 to 82, talking about their lives, families and society.
Nature instead of mega city – a film about young Tokyo women who courageously turned their lives around and gave a remote mountain village a new lease on life.
Over the course of several years the life of a Japanese fishing village unfolds slowly and undramatically despite deaths and accidents in the village and catastrophes in the world.
Etsuko Yoshida, who suffers from juvenile Parkinson’s disease, overcomes her physical disability and accomplishes her dream of taking photographs wearing a kimono with her beloved husband.