Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
The world is seen through the eyes of a two year old Japanese child in this feature entered in the San Francisco Film Festival. The precocious child sees the crescent moon as a banana and has imaginative cartoon daydreams. He amazes, adores, and sometimes angers his parent, who appear as all powerful giants who tower above him in size and deed. He suffers through the measles and is amazed at what he sees on television in this delightful film.
measles, parent, parent/child-relationship, toddlers, daydream