Mujo no Kaze was filmed in Tokyo with Japanese actors and actresses by a crew of Biola University students and their professor in 2007. In 2008 it won first place at the Inigo Film Festival in Sydney Australia. According to the film’s website, “Mujo No Kaze” is a dramatic, short-film touching on suicide and depression with an over-all theme of hope.
This film might be hard for westerners to appreciate who have not had some exposure to Japanese life and culture in Japan; I had to watch it a second time before I caught all that was going on. From the beginning to the end the story was unpacked very subtly; this is a characteristic of Japanese film making and requires the viewer to read between the lines to catch what is being told.
If you are interested you can learn more about Mujo no Kaze here.