My film, Home, is an essay film that works within an aesthetic and emotional realm, proposing feelings, textures, and tones, but allowing viewers to make their own connection to the memories of home. To convey the theme and to create empathy with the audience, I would like to produce a mood of isolation as it is the key to describing the character’s personality. Along with creating tones that will be stable and calm, stylistic camera movements and minimized visual effects will be used to express the character’s dual personality and confusion from the two separated homes. For visualizing the mood and the relationship with memories, the Japanese TV series Shinya Shokudo (2009) and Wong Kar Wai’s Chunking Express (1994) will be adoptable examples for my film. The opening scene of Shinya Shokudo shows the night cityscape of Tokyo in slow motion and it turns to a small hole in the wall late night restaurant that operates between midnight and 7:00a.m. The mood and tone of the film expresses the loneliness of the people in the city, a same seclusion that I felt from my hometown. The visual style for the emotions is crucial, not only in presenting the feeling of isolation but also the feeling of confusion. I would like to induce the stranger’s feeling of confusion and puzzlement in exotic, foreign places by using unique cinematography techniques that Wong Kar Wai used in most his works, such as the alley chasing scene with the shaky camera from Chunking Express and the step printing effect from the couple in the restaurant scene from Falling Angels (1995).