Is not having children the advantage of just living together? Tetsuro and Aki, who live together, might have thought so. But their situation changes drastically overnight. When his ex-wife is hospitalized after a car accident, Tetsuro brings home his eight year-old son Shun without discussing it with Aki. With the sudden appearance of Shun, conflicts begin to arise between the two. The advantage of living together is that one can avoid the restraints of the institution of marriage and thereby maintain one´s lifestyle and freedom. With the appearance of a child, however, conflicts that had been hidden until making themselves known. Since Tetsuro is not the source of the problem, they think that when the child goes back home, things will return to normal. However, Aki knows that the boy is no longer the problem, and starts looking for a new apartment Will true freedom be possible for her? As in his debut film 2/DUO, Suwa Nobuhiro uses an improvisational style without a script and weaves together the gaps between fiction and existential conflict.
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