I Will Not Work Overtime, Period (DVD Box) (Japan Version) DVD Region 2
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|Product Title:||I Will Not Work Overtime, Period (DVD Box) (Japan Version) 我要準時下班 DVD Box (日本版) 我要准时下班 DVD Box (日本版) わたし、定時で帰ります。 I Will Not Work Overtime, Period (DVD Box) (Japan Version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Hirano Yoshihisa | Yoshitaka Yuriko | Uchida Yuki | Yusuke Santamaria | Sakai Toshiya | Emoto Tokio | Eguchi Noriko | Nakamaru Yuichi | Sakurada Dori | Mukai Osamu 平野義久 | 吉高由里子 | 內田有紀 | 中山裕介 | 酒井敏也 | 柄本時生 | 江口德子 | 中丸雄一 | 櫻田通 | 向井理 Hirano Yoshihisa | Yoshitaka Yuriko | 内田有纪 | 中山裕介 | 酒井敏也 | 柄本时生 | 江口德子 Noriko | Nakamaru Yuichi | 樱田通 | 向井理 平野義久 | 吉高由里子 | 内田有紀 | ユースケ・サンタマリア | 酒井敏也 | 柄本時生 | 江口のりこ | 中丸雄一 | 桜田通 | 向井理 | 新屋豊 Hirano Yoshihisa | Yoshitaka Yuriko | Uchida Yuki | Yusuke Santamaria | Sakai Toshiya | Emoto Tokio | Eguchi Noriko | Nakamaru Yuichi | Sakurada Dori | Mukai Osamu|
|Publisher Product Code:||ASBP-6158|
|Country of Origin:||Japan|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Region Code:||2 - Japan, Europe, South Africa, Greenland and the Middle East (including Egypt) What is it?|
|Shipment Unit:||3 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1075157993|
吉高由里子 / 向井理 / 中丸雄一 / 朱野帰子 (原作) / 平野義久 (音楽) / 新屋豊 (音楽)
TBSドラマ初主演 吉高由里子が演じるのは 働き方新時代に生きるワーキングガール。TBS火曜ドラマ「わたし、定時で帰ります。」Blu-ray化!! 「働き方改革」が叫ばれている昨今、"残業ゼロ! 定時で帰る!" がモットーのニューヒロインが現代社会に問う! ――主人公・東山結衣(吉高由里子)はWEB制作会社で働くディレクター。過去のトラウマから入社以来、残業ゼロ生活を貫いてきた。理由がなければ帰りづらい風潮の中で、仕事中は誰よりも効率を追求し、生産性の高い仕事をし、定時になるときっぱり退社し、行きつけの中華料理屋でビールを楽しむという生活を送っている。だが新任の部長が赴任したことをきっかけに、結衣の前に曲者社員たちが立ちはだかる。ワーカホリックの結衣の元婚約者・種田晃太郎(向井理)、会社に住み着く非効率男・吾妻徹(柄本時生)、辞めたがりの新人男子・来栖泰斗(泉澤祐希)、仕事命の皆勤賞女・三谷佳菜子(シシド・カフカ)、産休明けのワーキングマザー・賤ヶ岳八重(内田有紀)、そして悪気なくブラック発言を連発する部長・福永清次(ユースケ・サンタマリア)。彼ら曲者たちが抱える様々な問題に、結衣はどう立ち向かうのか――? 全10話収録。特典ディスク付き。
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August 29, 2019
I Will Not Work Overtime, Period... is what I wish I could say about myself while I write this well past office hours. As that familiar feeling of staying late in a mostly empty office settles in, I am particularly inspired to talk about TBS's spring 2019 drama starring Yoshitaka Yuriko.
In recent years, greater awareness has been raised about Japan's unhealthy overwork culture and "black companies" that force long hours on employees. Pointedly, this workplace series is not set at one of those black companies. Instead, heroine Higashiyama Yui works at a website design company whose CEO's stated policy encourages staff to leave on time. But few people do besides Yui, who sets herself the admirable daily goal of getting to a local diner before the happy hour special ends. Her no-overtime principle has made her notorious at work, but she completes her duties and leaves on the dot without regard for the whispers. Still, even Yui finds it difficult to always stick to her guns as the dynamics of her workplace begin to change with the addition of newbie joiners, the return of a veteran from maternity leave, and the arrival of two new superiors, her workaholic ex-boyfriend Taneda Kotaro (Mukai Osamu) and crafty manager Fukunaga Seiji (Yusuke Santamaria).
I Will Not Work Overtime, Period deals with many of the episodic challenges typical of workplace dramas, like co-worker disputes, tight deadlines, pitch competitions and problematic clients, as well as important social issues such as sexual harassment and the bias against working mothers. Underlying all the professional (and personal) challenges is the theme of exploring what makes office workers overtime excessively to their own detriment.
This drama sets aside the more obvious target of bad employers, though it does depict management pressure and manipulation as represented by the passive-aggressive character of Fukunaga. Most of the time, the well-written script takes on the more complex forces of office culture, competition, worker mentality and work habits. There are entrenched mindsets and behaviors that are perpetuated, even embraced, by workers themselves – think the hustle culture of Silicon Valley – and these are far harder to grasp and change. Yui's company tracks hours to make sure that people don't work too much, but there are those who just clock out and keep working.
As someone who has voluntarily accumulated far too many overtime hours of my own over the years, I can't help seeing shades of myself in the series' array of recognizable characters. Am I the inefficient Toru (Emoto Tokio) who prefers working at my own leisurely pace into the night because I have nothing else to do anyways? Am I the stressed-out Yae (Uchida Yuki) who feels the need to push harder to overcompensate for career anxiety? Am I the perennially overworked Kotaro who naturally takes on too much without complaint?
What I know is that I'd like to see more of Yui in myself – not just her commitment to leaving the office on time but more importantly, her focus, resolve and efficiency that make it possible. Since watching I Will Not Work Overtime, Period, I've thought a lot more about my work hours and habits, and I've actually applied some of the work tips shared in the drama into my own life. I'm still a far cry from Yui, but at least I now aspire to not work overtime, someday.