After a shy teen falls in love with an unknown girl he dreams of every night, he sleeps all day to be with her, but ultimately he has to overcome his shyness in order to find a real girlfriend.
Or what? What are the stakes if he doesn’t get a real GF? Why does he need/want a real GF, what happens if he doesn’t get a GF? Does he learn the dream is just his ideal? That he can’t actually love the woman in his dreams because she’s not real? Or does she become real? I’m confused what this movie is about.
As OlDustyDogg said.
The teen definitely has a socializing issue. But he’s only a teen — he’s got years ahead of him to have girlfriends and eventually find a mate. Why must he find a girlfriend NOW? What’s the dramatic urgency? What are the stakes? What does he stand to gain if he does find a girlfriend NOW? What does he stand to lose NOW if he doesn’t?
(Having an “unknown girl he dreams of” also has echoes Jung’s notion of the anima archetype. Which I assume you are familiar with. But I don’t know what you intend to do with that in the story. Like how does this “dream girl”, his anima , present a complication, an obstacle to relating to real women in his waking life?)