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A sidesplitting essay in animation that depicts the simple everyday life of career-committed mother and her rather out of standard family set in contemporary Japan.
She is, like any career-committed mother is, jaded after struggling with her job and child care all together as she goes through a lot of hardship to keep the balance between her professional and personal lives. But the life is filled with rewarding moments too. Many stories are inspired by incidents in the author's own life, and their honest and thoughtful tone will surely be appreciated by a wide range of audiences.
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