- Japan Premiere
Special Programs <In & Out of Work: Looking at Asia through the Prism of Employment>
MY STUPID BOSS
2016｜Indonesia, Malaysia｜109min｜Language: Indonesian, Malay｜Subtitles: Japanese, English
|3/6 (Mon)||18:30||Umeda Burg 7: Theater3|
|3/11 (Sat)||18:40||ABC Hall||Award Ceremony|
- Bunga CITRA LESTARI
“My Stupid Boss” recounts the story of an absurd boss and his employees. Bossman is an Indonesian who owns a large but disorganized company in Kuala Lumpur. The culprit for the disarray in the organization is Bossman himself. His first principle of management is that Bossman is always right, which means whatever Bossman fancies, no matter how absurd. Battling against this chaos is Diana, Bossman's secretary, who has to juggle chaotic situations at every turn with odds that never seem to add up. Diana is confronted with Bossman's antics on a daily basis, sometimes even when she is not at work, and her patience and good sense are all put to the test.
With colorful and quirky sets and even more colorful and quirkier characters and a unique sense of humor, “My Stupid Boss” has enough jokes to make an audience laugh throughout its course. Its style will appeal to fans of the French film “Amelie” (2001).