Directed by Yoko Okumura
At the age of 22, Shohaku found his purpose in life when he committed himself to the practice of Buddhism and was ordained as a monk. A generation later, his 22-year-old son Masaki struggles to find a purpose to devote his life to.
92 minsFamily has a tendency to create immediacy in all of us in times of sadness, happiness and everything else in between. The bonds between relatives across all generations are both unique and universal in all cultures. This diversity is what ties us all together in IMMEDIATE FAMILY.