Unmarried, no kids, not even a boyfriend. Nothing appears to be going according to plan for 28 year old makeup artist Aoko, who is discouraged by her senile, often demanding clientele and dumped by her boyfriend in a restaurant where men normally propose to their partners.
Leaving her chaotic life in Tokyo, Aoko makes her way to her hometown to congratulate her father on his upcoming re-marriage. Little did she know that an unconventional wedding is waiting for her back home.
This film was produced under the New Directions in Japanese Cinema (NDJC) Project. NDJC is a government initiative by the Agency of Cultural Affairs in partnership with VIPO (Visual Industry Promotion Organisation), of which aims to support young film makers and inspire a new age of Japanese cinema. Under the project a number of films are published annually and shot using 35mm film.