Japan, in the near future. The government program Plan 75 encourages senior citizens to be voluntarily euthanized in order to remedy a super-aged society. An elderly woman who loses the means to live independently, a pragmatic Plan 75 salesman, and a young Filipino caregiver face choices of life and death.
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Born in Tokyo, she studied photography at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her short films Identify This Girl (2000) and Photography Of Zero (2003) were included in the exhibition at SVA Gallery in NY. What You Are Holding Is Not An Apple (2000) and Vajra/Vajra (2001) were selected in the International Festival of Cinema and Technology for two consecutive years and shown in Los Angeles, London, and Toronto. Her short film Niagara was selected at Cinéfondation Cannes Film Festival 2014, won the FIPRESCI Award at Vladivostok, and Grand Prizes at the International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul and Pia Film Festival. Her latest short film, Plan 75, is the acclaimed opening segment of feature anthology Ten Years Japan, executive-produced by internationally acclaimed director Hirokazu Kore-eda. Her full-length expansion of Plan 75 was selected at Un Certain Regard - Cannes FF and won the Caméra d'Or Special Distinction.