The memory of war will stay with a man longer than anything else.
Dawn, mist clearing over rice fields, a burning Vietnamese village,
and a young photographer takes the shot that might make his career.
The image, of a staring soldier in the midst of mayhem, will become
one of the great photographs of the war. But what Jonathan has seen
in that village is more than he can bear... He flees to Japan, to
lose himself in the vastness of Tokyo, and to take different kinds
of pictures: of streets and crowds and cherry blossom - and of a
girl with whom he is no longer lost. Yet even here his history will
catch up with him: that photograph and his responsibility in taking
it; his responsibility as a witness to war, and to other events
buried deep in his past.
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