A Japanese schoolgirl witnesses the suicide of her close friend and the indifference of her classmates to the bloody spectacle. Continue reading
Junko Miyashita plays an office lady that’s having an affair with the boss. He says he’ll never leave his wife. She plots to kidnap his daughter for big money. Continue reading
Newly wedded couple had a very unsatisfactory sex life due to the fact that they are always outstationed. They went to a sex party which introduced a new man into their sex lives. Unfortunately, she got pregnant but lied about it. How is she going to handle it?
After graduating from college, Sung-Ha enters a Canadian investment company and develops into a talented businessman. However, after a single mistake, he receives his discharge notice. In desolation, he spends his days drinking and gambling. Continue reading
Naomi (Jun Izumi) and her business partner Tadashi run a neighborhood bar, sharing the profits, as well as each other. Continue reading
Nuna is a florist who daily delivers flowers to other people. She wishes somebody would send her flowers for a change. She then meet Wit and is in love.
Tony is engaged to Sandra Lo, whose mother is company chairwoman Helen Lo. Although Tony swears he’ll be true to Sandra, he quickly beds mother Helen. But Tony is secretly working for Chiu, who is planning a hostile takeover of Lo Enterprises by fair means or foul, including showing photos of Tony having sex with Helen to Helen’s business partner Tsang. Chiu’s son Fat is also a rival for Sandy’s affections, causing he and Tony to have a few spectacular brawls over her. Roy Cheung puts in a guest appearance as Chiang, the trainer of the Lo’s racehorse Lucky, and he (Roy, not the horse !) gets a few fu kicks against the villains as well. And their family chauffeur Li puts up a pretty good final fight against Tony.
A triangular relationship between Eo Woo-dong, her husband Lee Dong, and fantasy character Moo-gong, highlights on the first half of the Joseon Dynasty and portrays the contradicted life of the high class people, criticizing the modern day Korean society. Continue reading
Natsuko is a woman of 20 who feels entrapped in her long-running relationship with another man—she wants out of a “nowhere” life and into something better. To that end, she hooks up with a photographer and poses for him in the nude—if only to break away from her restricted existence for awhile. Continue reading