My SO Has Got Depression

My SO Has Got Depression (2011)

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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 read morenot 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.

  • Native title:

    ツレがうつになりまして。
  • Also Known as:

    How Do I Cope with My Husband's Depression?; Tsure ga Utsu ni Narimashite.;

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  • Overall 8.5
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
The movie is about depression, but it is not a depressing movie at all. In fact, it is rather cute, with all the little drawings (Haruko is a mangaka, and her drawings are so nice). Her diary, about her husband depression, was adorable. But it is not only the drawings, but the support Mikio gets from his wife and his in-laws that was nice. It is not easy to have someone depressed read more in your home, but Haruko tried her best to support her husband.

I learned a couple of things about depression, so this movie is not only heart-warming but also informative. And touching, in a couple of scenes. The filmography was great, their little home was cozy and outside, with the Sakura trees, was so nice.

Masato Sakai has such a dorky face, so this suit him perfectly. The movie does not have a beginning nor an ending, which is something that I have found mostly in J-doramas and movies. Which I like, because not everything has to have a beginning and/or an end. Also, although it is a 2-hour movie long, it is never dragging nor slow.

Japan is one of the country with the highest amount of suicides. I've read that it is mostly because of work, which is the main reason why Mikio is depressed. The routine, his work-environment, having to take the train everyday, all squeeze like sardines are enough motives. At least he has his pretty, supportive wife, who is there for him "in health and sickness".

I wonder if this was based on real life...
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    mini Nov 25, 2016
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    xnopex Sep 18, 2016

    brutally real depiction of loving someone with mental illness. very beautiful story

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    Nagelfar Mar 25, 2016

    It does indeed have a depressive feeling but it's such a beautiful movie, I admire the couple's trust and aid towards each other!

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    HAMEX Feb 13, 2016

    It does give a lot of depression while watching it >.<

    But it so beautiful, I envy their relationship. They support and care each other. They have a nice house that I dream of (fufufu).

    The storyline is smooth and neat so it shows a nice flow to follow how the story progressing.

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    sukii Nov 21, 2015

    great movie.brought tears to my eye;')

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    chichichi Feb 17, 2015

    wanna watch it it show in red channel in television but i dont watch coz i already watching my nighttime show

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    johankj Dec 22, 2013

    "Tsure ga Utsu ni Narimashite" (EP 1-3, a' 45min)
    "My S.O. Has Got Depression" (Movie 2hr, 11min)
    Just wonder whay this is 2 different parts ?
    the have not same scene. Re-make or what is this?
    (only watched 10min on the movie, and EP01)

Details

  • Country:

    Japan
  • Type:

    Movie
  • Release Date:

    Oct 8, 2011
  • Duration:

    2 hr. 1 min.

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    8.0 (scored by 105 users)
  • Ranked:

    #3352
  • Popularity:

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