Two brothers learn about the ups and downs of talking dirty and influencing people in this offbeat comedy from Japan. Ikuo (Zenjiro) and his good-looking but dim-witted brother Tatsuo (Kentaro Seagal) were raised by their parents to take over the family business, which happens to be a funeral parlor. But Ikuo has a dream of becoming a famous comedian, and Tatsuo follows along, hoping to be part of his brother's standup routine. Ikuo and Tatsuo's act is painfully unfunny, and the brothers are faced with a career that's going nowhere, and not getting there especially quickly. One night, while performing at a low-rent strip joint, the frustration finally gets to Tatsuo, and he bursts forth with a torrent of obscene invective against his audience, capped by dropping his pants and exposing himself. To the astonishment of both brothers, Tatsuo's outburst gets a favorable reaction from the audience, and similar performances attract the attention of a booking agent (Teruyuki Kagawa) from a television network, who gives the pair their own television series. The show, centered around heavily censored versions of Tatsuo's tirades, is a surprise hit, and soon the brothers are stars. But Ikuo finds that his newfound fame does not get him much credit with the woman he loves (Mireiyu), while Tatsuo begins to buckle under the responsibility of coming up with something newly offensive each and every week. Co-star Kentaro Seagal, incidentally, is the son of American action star Steven Seagal.
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