The Harimaya Bridge

Directed by Aaron Woolfolk (2009)                                                                              Daniel’s son died in Kouch, Japan, and he travels from San Francisco to Kouch for searching his son’s arts left while his son worked as an English teacher at public school. Japan is unfavorite place for Daniel, and he closes his mind toward everything. As getting longer of his stay, Daniel finds the real story of his son’s life, and Daniel’s closed mind opens slowly and surely. Harimaya bridge in Kouch is featured in a old song of Buddhist priest’s platonic love.                                                                         >The director Woolfolk has teaching experience in Kouch, and this is his first film.