For Yuko Okumura happiness comes in the shape of a strawberry. Her house in Bloomington, Indiana is full of figurines, jewelry, kitchenware, and clothing, all emblazoned with the red fruit. Yuko’s daughter Yoko profiles her mother in this charming short film that offers some insight on how strawberries can save the world.
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Featuring Yuko Okumura and Shohaku Okumura.
Credits: Directed by Yoko Okumura (http://www.yokofilm.com/); produced by Christopher Ruiz; cinematography by Bennett Cerf (http://www.bennettcerf.com/); animation by Isabelle Aspin (http://isabelleaspin.tumblr.com/); sound design by Sean Hines; original music by Polartropica (http://www.polartropica.com/home.html)/ Ihui Wu and Alexander Noice; mixing and mastering by C.M. Rodriguez; title design by Anna Watanabe.

A Woman in Love with Strawberries Reveals How to Be Happy | Short Film Showcase

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