Life in Tokyo can be a busy life. Get up at 6, quick breakfast while storming out the door, overtime hours, home at 10 in the night. If you’re lucky. And repeat ad infinitum. For some people, the daily train commute is the only chance to have a little me-time like in Cue Ray Stevens’ short film “Tokyo Dreams”. He spent days filming nothing but sleeping people in the trains of Japan’s pulsating metropole, and the result is a calm, relaxing ten minutes of snooze and Zzzz.
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