An obsession with the life and works of the Marquis de Sade leads a depraved, 1920s-era Japanese count down the path of tragedy and self-destruction in director Akio Jissoji’s lavish erotic drama. In order to impress his wealthy, jaded friends, the decadent nobleman hires thieves, prostitutes, and other undesirables to reenact scenes from the notorious writer’s most revered works. In time, however, simply watching the performances isn’t enough to fulfill the nobleman’s fantasies. Threatening the performers with death should they refuse to make love to his wife while he watches, the nobleman sinks deeper and deeper into his fantasy world of debauchery, even as his degenerate actions threaten dire consequences for all involved.
A man with a troubled past including incest with a younger sister and the murder of a woman travels to an isolated countryside town in Nagano. There a local who mistakes him for a famous television actor shows him the town’s sites, including a strip bar in which the performers remove Heian era costumes. The film’s narrative is in an allegorical and disjointed manner with references to Buddhist concepts. The title bears no relation to the story, and there are no masturbation scenes in the film. Loosely based on Kenji Nakagami’s short story Aragami.
Because of Eowoodong the men in the neighborhood can’t sleep at night! Eowoodong escapes before she can be arrested for causing havoc. She escapes to a village where she falls and loses her memory. A bachelor in town finds her and nurses her back to health. He tells Eowoodong to stay with him until she regains her memory. But in a small village, word of Eowoodong’s beauty spreads quickly and it scintillates the instincts of the men in town.
A beautiful young country girl tires of life on the farm and her handsome but boring boyfriend. She dreams of a glamorous life as a fashion model in the big city, so one day she leaves the farm to pursue her dream. While in the city she meets up with Frank, a rich nightclub owner, who shows her a life she never knew existed. She discovers, however, that she’s not the only woman in Frank’s life. Hurt and angry, she turns for comfort to Frank’s lover, who is more than willing to give it to her.
You are a student, I am a teacher!
When I was in school, I boldly walked in and only treated as a child and my first love as a car. From the grandmother who wants to solve the problem with her teacher, to the one who is addicted to the one night with the girl alumni, to the popular girl who is suffering from the explicit temptation of the girl alumni!. Their nonsensical and far-flung reunions begin again.