The debut film by Tokyo filmmaker, Keihiro Kanyama operates on a budget that's smaller than most used cars but drives like a seasoned classic. The film is about a young couple living in urban Tokyo. They're cool and their lives are just getting going and the film's story is told in a realistic style. At times, Seesaw has the cinema verite feel. It's as if a mic and camera were dropped into the room and you're witnessing the lives, and issues of a couple who's at a crossroads. Are they moving forward like their friends who are getting married? Or are they going to continue “just” living together? He wants to get married, and she's ok with living together.