the film tells the story of Oden Takahashi (Takako Shinozuka), who was executed for stealing, prostituting herself, and murdering people with poison. According to Nishimura’s film, however, Oden was really just an overly indulgent wife who loved her husband so much that she committed her crimes in order to support him.
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.
Akio man Kitano bet on 0.1 seconds of ecstasy. He is a loner that does not belong anywhere in the team that crawled up from loneliness in the two-wheel racer of legend. Herd of beauty around him – designer, zaibatsu daughter, a banker’s wife, neither merely a tool. For Kitano, run it, and race action movie of a different color due to the I! Haruki Kadokawa-first coach was all that to become a world champion fast.
A nurse is assaulted and nearly raped by some hoodlums at her hospital. She manages to escape and runs home for comfort, only to discover her husband cheating on her. She then flees her home only to have the bad luck of being hit by a car. And then, as if things weren’t bad enough, she wakes up just in time to find herself being molested by the man that hit her. Talk about a bad day. After the initial attack, the man keeps her captive and a classic case of Stolkhome syndrome kicks in, with her willingly giving into his advances.
Okuyama is a stocker at the supermarket who has no luck with women. His life is thrown upside down when his sister Noriko unexpectedly moves into his house. Okuyama is overcome with lustful thoughts for her, but she regards him simply as a brother.