Five short stories of life's joys and sorrows are brought together in this omnibus drama from Japan. In the first segment, we eavesdrop on the thoughts of a woman edging into her forties (Miyuki Matsuda) as she goes through her paces as a nude model working for an artist. Next, an elderly man (Akira Emoto) with a long-standing drinking problem sits at a bar and talks about his love-hate relationship with the bottle. In part three, a young couple (Katayama Hitomi and Segwa Ryo) shares a conversation moments after making love. The fourth segment follows a young scientist (Matsuda Ryuhei) who has leaned that his girlfriend (Asami Reina) will be having his child. And finally, a single woman (Ichikawa Mikako) walks through the park, pondering the world around her and the glorious mysteries that are a part of daily life. Sekai Wa Tokidoki Utsukushii (aka Life Can Be So Beautiful) was the first feature film from writer and director Osamu Minorikawa).
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