Mandy, a cuckolded husband departs his home and unwittingly becomes included with two, alluring ghosts. He and his spouse will be an uncommon few under any conditions. He fools around with young women while his spouse is at home, nevertheless the wife isn’t bothered a lot. She is just considering in the job she’s offered Mandy, which is . – to frequently check with the neighborhood brothel-keeper, and find away if she’s found guys with incredibly difficult man-hoods. How hard ? Complicated enough to punch an opening in a sack of grain (ouch !). And one more thing. Mandy and his wife are ghosts. Of course, this means you will find people who are seeking to exorcise them. In between residential disputes and pursued exorcisms, there’s acres of nudity and lots of sex.
Mikage will get wedded to Youiti next 12 months, she confirms to stay at one house with Youiti’s mom and dad. Some day, Youiti’s dad disrobed Mikage’s Kimono and abused her. To her astonishment, her fiancé Youiti whom Mikage thinks true love has an relationship with his young stepmother. Surprised and blasted, what will Mikage do?
Au-jin is a mother of two children and wife to a husband in deep financial difficulties. To augment her income, she works for a telephone sex-chat service. After a chance meeting with Madam Kim, she is offered a job in an all-night bar acting as a companion for lonely men. She is uncomfortable as the level of services she must provide increases, until one day she is introduced to a customer who appears to treat her affectionately and lovingly. Could he be the one for her, the one to take her away from all this?
TV commercial director Fei (Michael Chow Man-kin) is mourning the death of girlfriend Angel Chen (Yuk), and through flashbacks induced by his reading of her diary, we see how their relationship developed and, eventually, faltered when she met handsome gym instructor Roy (Ngai). Against her better judgement, Angel begins to cheat on Fei and subsequently experiences the most arousing sex of her life. Plagued by guilt, Angel avoids Roy for two months but he continues to seek her out and will not stop when asked to. Angel loves both men and her inability to break off with one or both of them leads to tragedy.
A girl gains entrance into college, but her sister can’t afford the tuition. So it’s on to the “glamorous” world of hostessing, where she has sex with various men. She falls in love with one of her clients, which causes his lover to take revenge.
“Falling… In Love” revolve around torn relationships and the emotionally damaged human beings they bring with them. It’s frustration, hope, anger, sex, deceit, despair – and small big city apartments. Everything played out in a very appealing, restrained fashion.
Kore-eda’s longtime cinematographer, Yutaka Yamazaki, made his directoral debut this year with Torso. Following in the footsteps of Air Doll, Yamazaki takes on a story of a human loving a sex toy with a much different outcome than Kore-eda’s opus. Makiko Watanabe aces the role of a alienated woman “in love” with a blow-up male torso. Rising star Sakura Ando, playing her sister adds to the tension when discovers her secret desire. All in all, a taught and forgiving drama that makes loving an armless, headless, legless torso make sense.