Yasuo Furuhata directs this romantic yakuza flick based on a book by popular romance novelist Tomiko Miyao. Set in 1932, the film centers on Peony (Yoko Minamino), a geisha who was forced into the business at a young age by her dissipated father.
Chung, Yam and Koo are working in the same advertising agency. Chung is a philanderer. Yam lives with his girlfriend who is a TV reporter, requiring irregular working hours. Koo’s wife puts a tight leash on his social activities and this makes him feel bored. The trio are going on a business trip to Korea on the expenses of the company. As Yam and Koo both are eager to explore the adventures around the demimonde, Chung admonishes them to withhold themselves from any affection and to pay promptly for the services rendered. In Korea, Yam falls in love with a girl called Bird at the first sight. Most of Koo’s encounters end up in trouble for his stinginess. Finally he hooks up with secretary from the Korean company. Chung considers their behavior is a violation of the principle of cruising, so pushes them to apart from the girls. Back in Hong Kong Yam still can’t get over with the moments he has shared with Bird. Finally his girlfriend discovers the fact and leaves sadly. Koo is shocked to find that the secretary has come to Hong Kong. Finally, when Tam arrives in Korea, he finds Bird has already engaged. On the other hand, Koo learns that the secretary is to marry someone in Hong Kong…
A director of a record company, Bito, is introverted and always ironic so he doesn’t get along with his colleagues. Trying to break out of his shell, he forms a baseball team to communicate with the people around him. He posts an ad for the team, “Frustrations” on the company’s bulletin board but no one joins him. Bito swings the bat alone for days until he meets a half-naked woman sunbathing on the grass. He is fascinated with the woman, Mitsuko, and they make love right there. After that, they get married but to Bito’s shock, Mitsuko refuses to sleep with him unless it is outside under the sun. The FullMotion label is a collection of erotic films all to do with the eclectic relationships of young married couples. It stars popular girls such as: Ai Kurosawa; Yuna Mizumoto; Runa Akatsuki and more. The films are in a â€œchain-storyâ€ format, where characters, objects, and music from a prior film make an appearance in the next film and the same goes on for all subsequent films. In these movies, people are always hooking up with this person or the other; soon finding themselves breaking off and starting something new. You’ll never know who’ll be the next star. In fact, the FullMotion label tells you, everyone is their own star as well as a side-character in someone else’s life. It just so happens, that’s how the world is designed.
Kyoko is a twenty-one-year-old artist who loves being at the center of attention. One day, feeling down, she lashes out against her assistant, sexually humiliating her in front of the rest of the staff. Suddenly someone yells “Cut!” and we realize that they are actually on a movie set.
Gravure model Dan Mitsu has been making headlines for her willingness to push the boundary of her sexy persona. Now, she makes her provocative feature film debut with Be My Slave, an edgy erotic drama based on a popular novel about the secret fetishes of urbanites. Dan Mitsu stars as Kana, a female employee at a publishing company who strikes up a sexual relationship with a younger co-worker (Mayama Akihiro). He soon discovers that Kana’s fetishes extend to sadomasochistic tendencies, involving a mysterious man only known as “Sensei” (Itao Itsuji). This discovery will push his relationship with Kana to a new, dangerous level that he may not be ready for.
Juri, an ex-bike freak, is a popular bikini model. The agency she belongs to values her highly and has a policy not to make her a porn star. People respect Juri for not selling-out. Then a magazine exposes Juri’s topless photo. Her agent is disappointed and tons of fan mails arrive telling her how disappointed they are in her. Among those messages, Juri finds one that says, “I’m watching you. Pull through. You have not been nude yet.” She starts to correspond regularly with the man. After years, she and the man, Mako, get married. Mako is a diligent businessman and loves Juri very much; however, he cannot look at her nipples because he is an aichmophobia (a fear of being touched by a finger or pointed object). The FullMotion label is a collection of erotic films all to do with the eclectic relationships of young married couples. It stars popular girls such as: Ai Kurosawa; Yuna Mizumoto; Runa Akatsuki and more. The films are in a “chain-story” format, where characters, objects, and music from a prior film make an appearance in the next film and the same goes on for all subsequent films. In these movies, people are always hooking up with this person or the other; soon finding themselves breaking off and starting something new. You’ll never know who’ll be the next star. In fact, the FullMotion label tells you, everyone is their own star as well as a side-character in someone else’s life. It just so happens, that’s how the world is designed.
In medieval Japan, well-built Yohei works as an express messenger. For all his size though, he cannot run fast when delivering messages and his colleague, Densuke is always making fun of him for it. One day a samurai asks Yohei to deliver a letter to a girl working at a cold noodle store in the outskirts of the town. The samurai explains that the girl, Orin, runs the store alone. When he delivers the letter, Yohei falls in loves at first sight. Unable to sleep, Yohei visits the store one night. There Orin asks Yohei, “Do you like cold noodles?” and takes him to the next room. Orin takes her kimono off and begins to play with the cold noodle…Yohei realizes that the store is just a front and that Orin is actually a prostitute.
The fourth installment in the Seishun H (Youth Sex) series, which interweaves adolescence and various forms of love together at the hands of ingenious, brilliant, and exceptional script-writers teeming with originality. The director is Naito Takatsugu, whose feature-length debut The Dark Harbour (Futoko) was selected for the competition section of the 38th International Film Festival Rotterdam. Reiko (Aikawa Yuki) lives a luxurious life, but remains unsatisfied. Jiro (Hayashita Tomoaki) is a manual laborer who works from dusk till dawn with little prospect for love. One day, Reiko and Jiro happen to meet in a corner of Tokyo.