Supermarket Woman (スーパーの女, Sūpā no onna?) is a 1996 Japanese comedy romance film written and directed by Juzo Itami.
The film stars Juzo's wife and regular leading-lady Nobuko Miyamoto as a woman who is hired by a failing supermarket to help it compete against an aggressive local rival. Another frequent star of Juzo's films, Masahiko Tsugawa, plays her boss and later romantic interest.
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