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The opening of Yuki Tanada’s new film “My Dad and Mr. Ito” promises a comedy of the quirky family variety.

The 34-year-old Aya (Juri Ueno) and her 54-year-old lover (Lily Franky), whom she calls “Ito-san” (Mr. Ito), are living in age-inappropriate, tight-budgeted bliss when Aya’s crotchety father (Tatsuya Fuji) shows up one day and announces that he has come to live with them.

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