Reiko Ike stars as Yuki, a girl who has lesbian sex with Miki Sugimoto at a Catholic school during the opening credits. She is then raped by her mother’s sleazy boyfriend, quits school, leaves home and burns through a number of sugar daddies before eventually meeting a nice guy architecture student. Will their love be strong enough to defeat (or accept) her fuckmad body?
Hideo rescues a Chinese guy being picked on by punks on the street, and the guy gives him a small bottle in gratitude, which contained a magical formula that makes one’s body transparent for only 3 minutes. As soon as he becomes transparent, Hideo goes to see a naked Maria, his fellow part-time worker. While he enjoys the life of an invisible man, another invisible man mysteriously appears to seduce her. To keep her from this stranger, Hideo goes for his once-a-lifetime challenge. A furious battle between two invisible men begins!
After meeting a handsome truck driver (Nao Omori) in the midst of an urban mini-mart, a 30-something freelance writer (Shinobu Terajima) embarks on a life-changing emotional journey of sexual self-discovery. Ryuichi Hiroki (I Am an S&M Writer, Tokyo Trash Baby) directs this critically acclaimed road movie based on the novel by Mari Akasaka.
After realizing that his wife has been cheating on him, mild-mannered stamp maker Tae-han leaves his small seaside town of Naksan determined to track down his wife’s lover, a taxicab driver from Seoul named Joong-sik.
A female assassin has a special gift. While receiving a secret mission, that will require her special skill, she embarks on a very dangerous mission that forces her to encounter many dangerous enemies.
A medical researcher working with a blind, mute quadriplegic patient begins to experiment with hypnotherapy as a means to fix his seemingly non-physical ailments. Unfortunately, results are almost impossible to measure on the crippled subject, so she begins monitoring other, healthy text subjects… and even tries hypnosis on herself! What she’s unlocking in the human brain may forever change medical science forever, but will she be remain sane enough – or even alive! – to present her findings?