So, I was at MIT on Thursday and that night around 7pm(est), there was a showing of a movie Mamoru Hosoda (credited to directing Digimon: Our War Game, One Piece movie 6, Summer Wars, Girl who leapt through time, and others) directed called "Wolf Children". Short, no-spoiler summary would be that this girl named Hana meets this man, man turns out to be a werewolf (or "Wolf-Man" as the dialogue explicitly names him with "Ookami-Otoko), she has kids with him (a girl named Yuki and a boy named Ame) then raises them.
It's basically a movie that focuses on the troubles of a
trying to raise two kids that also happen to be, basically half-breeds; caught between humans and wolves and the troubles they face as they grow up in this world as well, such as that they can't publicly state that they're part-wolf for fear of how anybody they know will react or, what path will they take? will they live as human or wolves?
- autograph I obtained from Mr. Hosoda <3
If that moment, if that place was something you thought was special to you, the past doesn't have to be memories that simply drift away. Instead of the pain of being hurt, everything about that precious scene will become a light and give birth to zero.