Shun Ikezoe

Shun Ikezoe – See You in My Dreams (2020)

Shun Ikezoe wrote:
By the time you wake up, they might be gone―
For me, “mother” means my grandmother, who raised me with undying affection. She is gradually dying. I thought that I would definitely regret it if I didn’t listen to my grandmother’s story, so I started going to her house and collected her voices little by little since summer two years ago. She told me the story of her first romance.
She get worse at the beginning of last year. Seeing that she talks as if her memory is muddy, “She is now dreaming of memory,” said my father. Read More »

Shun Ikezoe – Jujuba (2019)

Shun Ikezoe wrote:
People can never really understand each other. Thinking back, I feel this way because of my former mother-in-law. That time, when Kansai dialect and Sichuan Chinese flew back and forth around me and I called my mother Sis, is recreated on expired 8 millimeter film. The expiration date of the film used is the same year that she walked out on us. Read More »