Neko to Shôzô to futari no onna

Synopsis: A timid man who has spent much of his life attempting without success to get out from under the domination of his mother, finds that marriage is no answer. His first wife is boring and traditional, and his second wife is trampish and crude. But what's worse than having to deal with each of them separately is when the three women join forces against him.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
106 min



- Here it is, sir.

- Alright.

I'm tired carrying this.

- Let's stop here.

- Yes, sir.

Well, well! You here!

The pursuer has taken the pursued.

Look who's talking!

I agree.

Have you bought it?

No way!

I wouldn't take it even for free.

- But, the price's good, isn't it?

- I don't know what to say.

But, that's how it seems...

It's not this one.

How could it have been that big?!

This is the administrator's house.

The house to sell it's right


This is a studio.

Does the painter also live here?

It's a third rate painter.

I've seen thousands of houses,

but none had so many


It's a mixture of Japanese

and Western styles.

There are two rooms on the ground floor,

a small one and a big one.

This painter lives here with

his family.

The caretaker doesn't know what

to do with them.

- I'll take it.

- What?

It's a good deal.

200,000 yen is a good price.

If I split the big room in three

smaller ones,

I'll sell it for 400,000 yen.

But, there's a family living in here.

In this branch you can't start thinking

about the lodgers. I'll throw them out.

Hey, hey, Tamai, wait!

- What's the matter?

- I was here first!

- You said you weren't interested.

- Well, I've changed my mind.

You're acting like a child.

Listen, Tamai, wait.

Let's make a deal.

- Let's us both buy this house.

- I'm not interested.

- An auction, then?

- No!

I want it.

Where're your manners?

Behave like a gentleman.

You'll not deny that our jobs

are a little dirty.

- Alright, you win.

- We'll split the profit.

Another one.

For me also.

How slow you are! Damn you!

What? I'm coming.

I wasn't talking to you.

Tamai, a month has gone by.

You know that, don't you?

- Of course I do.

- And?

I'm telling you must be patient.


But he's making no trouble,

and doesn't ask for anything!

That's exactly why.

It's difficult to provoke decent

people into committing an error.

It's impossible.

I don't buy that.

If we don't solve that,

we won't be able to sell it.

You must throw him out,

and start the improvements.

- What?

- There's no other way.

We must force him out.

I presume you warned him.

- Of course.

- And what did he say?

- That he'll give us a room.

- Did he seem frightened?

- No. He was very grateful.

- What? Grateful?

He said that if we'll take care of it,

he'll live more peacefully.

He looked very pleased.

He wants to do my portrait.

He says I've got a very interesting face.

Yes. You have an interesting face.

Will you stop laughing?

Don't forget our deal.

It's not funny, you looking at me

as if I were a clown,

while you're drinking sake.

What's more,

I'm already bored.

Now it's your turn.

I have seven children, did you know that?

And although I need to solve this,

I won't live there.

- I even less.

- Don't be so sensitive.

But... my girlfriend...

Let's move here.

It isn't that easy. She won't content

herself with only one room.

Even better.

If she feels uncomfortable,

she'll raise a scandal.

Has anything happened?

You look really down.

This moving business,

makes me feel a little anxious.

You pretend to be very cunning,

but you don't dare do anything.

What happened to your cheek?

The cat scratched me.

True. Cats can be very dangerous.

Even so if they don't have a fur,

and they do their manicure, isn't it?

She looked very angry.

A tempest's coming by.

Some discovery!

She's been like this since I told

her about moving.

I already went through two

stormy nights.

Well, you should try to make peace.

I'll settle this with money.

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