Life (and film) is movement - moving and being moved. The highest concentration of movement is the city. A person in Tokyo discovers twelve paths with a different sense of time. He begins to question his everyday moves. What makes us come alive? Will we go on the same way?
Babelsberg, Europ. Filmzentrum
Cristina Marx for Babelsberg, Europ. Filmzentrum
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