Kōfuku na ketsumatsu
Picture book writer Kirihara had a brilliant past in which his debut work became a bestseller. However, after that, there were a series of misfortunes such as divorce with his wife and the emergence of alleged plagiarism of his debut work. Despaired, Kirihara jumps from the roof of the building and tries to commit suicide, but a girl appears and helps him. The moment he thought "Who ?!", Kirihara became the girl! In addition to that, the time goes back five days, and the girl and the picture book writer, "Two Kirihara" spend five mysterious days ...
Akira Iwamatsu started making movies in high school. For a time he stopped making films and devoted himself to writing film criticism. His homepage with his film criticism has been well received and has been featured in numerous magazines and radio shows. In 2006, he formed the film production group M.I.F. (Mikawa Independent movie Factory). At M.I.F., while continuing its activities with the aim of producing films that are competitive with central cities in rural areas, it has also planned and operated film festivals. he launched "Mikawa Movie", which is active mainly in the Mikawa area of Aichi Prefecture, and produced the movies "Happy Ending" and "Ben-Joe".