In this coming-of-age short, a teenage girl, along with the help of her older cousin, plays tug-a-war between her misunderstanding boyfriend, who she loves, and her rapidly increasing anxiety.
BIO: Zoë Takaki is a teenage filmmaker who began her work in the cinematic arts when she was in the seventh grade. Over the past four years, attending the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts studying Cinematic Arts, Zoë has made many films in various genres and has participated on dozens of film sets in constantly changing roles. Entering college as a freshmen at Columbia College of Chicago, Zoë sees herself having a career in television writing, comedy and feature film directing.
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