Nagai is widely regarded as a successful Information Age businessman. But when his company goes public he finds himself cornered, at the beck and call of demanding shareholders. The goal he once longed for now seems to have opened up a vast desert before him. To make matters worse, Nagai's wife and daughter have left him. He carries around a camcorder to conveniently keep their memory alive. He'd like to find them, but doesn't know where to begin.
Japanese director, born in 1964. Winner of the FIPRESCI Award at Cannes for his film Eureka.