Hyeon-soo manages a hostel run by his friend Jeong-ho. It’s a hostel for foreign female students. There is a Korean-American from LA, a Japanese who’s here to learn Korean out of love for K-Pop and his friend’s sister who just happens to be there. These women are very outspoken and Hyeon-soo and Jeong-ho fall for them.
The story is about female rebels who are violated by military men. Following some highlights from the previous movies, the story opens with a firefight that leads to a pretty guerrilla, Mai Miori, being captured by soldiers.
Nikkatsu has rebooted the Roman porno label and recommenced production of new works reviving its function as a sandbox for playful experimentation with the aim of attaing new forms of cinematic expression. Hideo Nakata entered Nikkatsu as an assistant director and experienced several on-location shoots for Roman porno soft-core series, but this film is the first Roman porno title directed by Nakata himself. He challenges a lesbian world taking over from the old title spirits, with his respect for his master, director Masaru konuma.
One day, a woman (Lee Soo-yeon) goes to a police station and claims she’s confessing to a murder. The more surprising this is, she claims to be his wife. The police goes to the scene of the crime and sees a man (Choi Joo-hyeok) stabbed to death. Her husband is a well-known entrepreneur but he is found miserably dead. Soo-yeon’s story is shocking. Her husband was the Devil himself. He treated his wife as a sexual plaything and even dared to covet her sister (Lee Ji-yeon).The police can’t help but be surprised at the shocking things Soo-yeon tells them and the investigation seems to be coming to an end. However, Gi-cheol feels uncomfortable every time a piece of truth is revealed; the whereabouts of Soo-yeon’s sister and the directors of the husband’s company all seem strange. Despite the fact that the chief keeps telling him to wrap up the case, Gi-cheol continues to investigate. Then, news of Ji-yeon’s suicide comes up and a recorded file of her will is found. The case becomes more and more complicated while Gi-cheol and Soo-yeon also become complicated.
This is a wild ride about a group of young street girls in Hong Kong. This is a very dark and graphic film that explores prostitution, drug abuse,sexual abuse, crime on the streets of Hong Kong, among other things. Although this film has few happy moments, it does create a sympathy for the central characters even though they shouldn’t really be likable people. Reminds me of how I care for the characters in the Sopranos even though they are generally bad people.
Yu-ra yearns for money and fame while Jun wants to go back to his hometown. Yu-ra scolds Jun. Jun helps Yu-ra in her efforts to become a star. In her reach for stardom, Yu-ra is unaware that a person is helping her out from behind the scenes. Once Yu-ra achieves her goal, her actions are restricted and she is treated like a prized pet. Yu-ra realizes that her dream of being the top is a mask of falsehood and pain and she misses Jun’s love. She tries to escape her reality but instead her reality tightens its hold on her. Finally, Yu-ra ends up in a mental institution where she is forced into being an amnesiac. Jun learns of Yu-ra’s disappearance and he pursues her until he finds her in the mental institution.