The Hairdresser's Husband
The Hairdresser's Husband is a tightly knit, though slight, tale told in the best of humor. It's the story of despair bred by utter happiness. The story of this marriage begins with the husband's childhood in which he developed an adolescent crush on the town's buxom barber and also a severe case of jock itch thanks to the red wool bathing trunks his mother made him wear. Freud would not approve.
"...hairdresser for himself, it seems he has found perfect happiness. In their blue-tiled paradise, her little shop with windows..."
Sept. 18, 1992 Movie Review by Kathleen Maher