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With amazing pixilation, the filmmaker follows a young man on a journey of introspection after a break up.
Tetsuo Kamata was born in Osaka, Japan, in 1980. As a child, he always enjoyed making up stories and his passion for film was born after he watched Peter Weirs Dead Poets Society. Tetsuo studied film at Osaka University of Arts and graduated in 2004. While in school, he was involved in numerous movies and plays. He moved to Tokyo and began working as an assistant director for many popular Japanese TV shows, movies, commercials and Theater productions, including the film Smuggler which was shown at several film festivals around the world including the 36th Toronto International Film Festival. He eventually took on the roles of writer and director. Tetsuo wrote a graphic novel A Drop of Oasis published by Bungeisha Company. In 2010, Tetsuo came to New York to study English. He currently divides his time between New York City and Tokyo.
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