Blind Date by Lieko Shiga starts with a gaze: a black-and-white shot of a young woman who leans forward against the back of a young man seated in front of her. The flash bounces off of the rounded features of her face, and while the boy looks straight ahead, away from the camera, the girl stares straight into the lens....
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