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Boat to the Moon

MOVIE 2014 84 mins Episode(s): 1 English Japanese
US International Film & Video Festival 2015 - First Place Gold Camera Award

At a small station in a very small town somewhere in Japan, a woman with eyes as beautiful as the sky, sits at a bench.
A man comes to the same station to get a train back to the city, and here he meets this beautiful lady but finds that she is blind.

This movie tells the fantasy love story of a day where a man and woman meet accidentally in a small town.

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