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My SO Has Got Depression (Tsure ga utsu ni narimashite) (2011)

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Aoi Miyazaki Aoi Miyazaki
Haruko Takazaki
Masato Sakai Masato Sakai
Mikio Takazaki
Kanji Tsuda Kanji Tsuda
Kazuo Takazaki
Yûta Nakano Yûta Nakano
Erika Ichiki Erika Ichiki
Reiko Naname Reiko Naname

Written by
Tenten Hosokawa Tenten Hosokawa
Takeshi Aoshima Takeshi Aoshima


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Mikio (Masato Sakai) is a married man and works hard for the company where he is employed. Then one day Mikio is diagnosed with depression. Mikio's wife is Haruko (Aoi Miyazaki). They have been married for 5 years. Haruko draws comics for work, but they do not sell well. She mainly relied on Mikio for support. Meanwhile, Haruko did not notice any changes in her husband. She begins to blame herself for not noticing any signs. Mikio's depression derived from his work. His company has been pressing him to quit the company. After Mikio quits his job his condition improves, but the dynamics of their relationship changes.
Release date: 8 October 2011
Tags: 2010s (1), East Asia (1), Japan (1)
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AKB48Fan rated this 7/10 3 months, 1 week ago
AKB48Fan added this to a list 3 months, 1 week ago
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"A sad but heartwarming movie about a married couple who go through the ups and downs in life when the husband is diagnosed with depression and how the wife's strong support is instrumental in helping the husband in getting better and learn to live with his illness. The movie essentially focuses on the emotional plight of Mikio as he battles with his newfound state of seemingly perpetual unhappiness. It doesn't tell the root cause of his illness but points towards the fact that his stressful job "

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Robson rated this 9/10 11 months, 1 week ago

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