At the end of a hard day of work, a man wants to go home and relax in bed, but he can't due to all the annoying distractions around him. As his wife tries to help him relax, the more tense he becomes thinking about all those things that have made him tense throughout the day. But he sees that his wife, who has also probably had a tense day, is relaxed, and she helps him understand what is causing his tension and tricks she uses to feel more relaxed in tense situations. But these don't always work, at which time one might resort to using an ataraxic, or tranquillizer. Written by
Did You Know?
At the beginning and end of the film, it is mentioned that it is "presented by" the Roerig division of Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company. Later in the film, the definition of the Greek work "ataraxia" is given. It is no coincidence that Pfizer sold a prescription drug with the brand name Atarax (hydroxyzine). So, this "public service" film is actually a long commercial for their sedative (amoung other uses) Atarax. See more
After the day's work and worries are done, what is more fun for a man than to come home to a quiet house with happy children and a loving spouse?