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Title: Fu Fu
(Husband and Wife) DVD
Tamura Masakazu, Kuroki Hitomi, Kato Ai, Tsukamoto
Takashi, Nishida Naomi, Hada Michiko
Yamaguchi (Tamura), the president (and star) of a telemarketing company, is a
familiar small-screen personality. His stay-at-home wife (Kuroki) has almost
single handedly raised the couple's two children. The son wants to be a
musician. The daughter has just surprised her father by announcing she is going
to marry his chief assistant. Both parents think the young couple should wait
awhile. It is the dialogue, not the plot, that sets this series kilometers above
the competition. Yamaguchi is perfect study material for the speech patterns of
the average fifty something Japanese male. It is almost as if scriptwriter
Kazuhiko Yukawa has planted a listening device in an average Japanese home and
just transcribed the tape. It is that real. Yamaguchi is smarmy in public, but
when he comes home and throws his jacket on the couch, he reverts to a pampered,
impatient, self-centered fellow who addresses his wife as "omae" and peppers his
conversation with a lexicon of other condescending phrases that show him to be a
definite product of the mid-Showa era. His harried wife copes by managing
everything to perfection and exercising the nervous, compulsive cleaning habit
she has developed over the years. Still, she harbors a wistful yearning for a
more satisfying relationship. She is aware of all the clinches for spicing up a
marriage, but when she tries a new hairstyle, Yamaguchi does not notice. Her
casual comment about hair has him looking in a mirror to see if there is
something wrong with his curls. Of course, it's not that he doesn't care for
her. He just doesn't have a clue. In a really funny and telling bedroom scene,
where Yamaguchi starts snoring as soon as he hits the sheets, his wife reflects
on her situation. She has no money worries. She has two great kids. What is
there not to be happy about? And yet...the stifling status quo is taking its
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