A brilliant harmonica player must decide whether to follow his dream of succeeding as a musician or earning enough money to support his family. He must question the foundation of his art. When we put aside all else to chase our deepest passion and make our masterpiece, what do we lose? When is creativity immaturity? When does love come in second place? When does art undercut the life that you need in order to make it? And when we have made an irrevocable mistake, what do we take forward?
Floating Away has played at festivals world-wide and has garnered the film and first-time Japanese-Canadian director, Ko Eto many distinctions including Best Picture at the New York Indie Film Awards and the LA Independent Film Festival Awards.