Happily Ever After (2007)

Director
Yukihiko Tsutsumi

Main cast
Miki Nakatani; Hiroshi Abe; Yûko Natori; Mayumi Sada

Genres
Drama, Romance, Comedy

Description
Director Yukihiko Tsutsumi wrings laughs out of an unlikely topic -- domestic violence -- in this dark comedy about noodle-shop waitress Yukie Morita (Miki Nakatani), who puts up with the fiery temper, gambling and cruelty of her shiftless, ex-gangster boyfriend (Hiroshi Abe). But as flashbacks reveal, there's a reason behind Yukie's unconditional love for her man. Yûko Natori and Mayumi Sada also star.


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