In the tempestuous and frantic German offering Just Married (1998), Frangipani and Friedrich wrestle with the vagaries of married life, while also trying to preserve their own individual personalities. Frangipani’s primary concern, however, is with Friedrich’s job. She’s jealous of the attention he pays to it, and while on vacation she orders him to cease contact with the office. When she catches him making secret phone calls, there will be considerable hell to pay. Laura Maori Tonke provides us with the Full Monty, all three spectacular B’s up front and in person.