Train Man: Densha Otoko. I've seen the Japanese TV drama that shares the same alleged true story as this film, and I really liked the story so I thought I'd check out the film. It's about a nerd who meets a girl on a train after saving her from a drunk guy, walks away thinking he'll never see her again, he goes online and starts a thread to tell what happened and how that's as good as it's gonna get for him, but she actually sends him a gift to thank him and he goes back to the thread and ends up getting advice on how to ask her out, get a makeover, what to do and say on 1st date, etc. In real life the thread had nearly 30,000 posts, but no one ever came forward to say he was the Train Man. Anyway, its such an interesting commentary on how relationships exist in society today, and how paradoxical that it takes faceless online friends that Train Man has never met to encourage him to get the courage to step out away from his computer and into real life, or maybe it's online relationships that are becoming a part of real life. At times the character is frustrating because he has these really wimpy moments he has to grow out of, but the performance is better than the TV actor (though overall I prefer the TV version).