A woman is transported from the past into modern HK. She is being pursued by a long haired old man with magic powers, but finds help from the descendants of her maid and boyfriend. She works as a model, but life is disrupted by either bad dreams of the magic man or, later, his actual appearance.
A young girl is caught up in the 1980 Gwangju massacre, where Korean soldiers killed hundreds, if not thousands, of protesters who opposed the country’s takeover by the military the year before. Flashbacks show the girl seeing her mother shot to death in the massacre. The film spurred the Korean public to demand the truth behind the incident, and their government eventually opened previously classified files on the massacre.
A strange murder mystery tale about a lady who asks a forgery artist (Hiroyuki Sanada) to forge a series of rare bondage / torture paintings for her. Upon discovering that the client was actually the original model in those paintings, he murders her. The first half of the film focuses on all of the main characters, including the buildup to the crime. There is not much mystery here as they clearly show how, when & where the crime was committed. Then the movie goes on with how the investigation takes place – led by Kogoro Akechi (which by the way, happens to be Japan’s most recognized ‘super detective’ on par with Sherlock Holmes). There is also a lot of erotic bondage and nudity in this film, making it borderline pinku. However, the bondage scenes are mostly quite short, used instead to depict the strange offbeat feel to the film.
Rainbow is a prostitute who lives in a phone sex company, hoping to save up enough money to pay for the operation that will restore her sight. One day, she meets a dashing vampire named Ching Fung and falls in love with him.
A submissive hooker goes about her trade, suffering abuse at the hands of Japanese salarymen and Yakuza types. She’s unhappy about her work, and is apparently trying to find some sort of appeasement for the fact that her lover has married.
Tamie’s husband Shuhei is a famous novelist. However he mysteriously disappeared after WWII. One day, his old friend Mikuni shows up to Tamie’s house. He accuses Tamie of killing him. Mikuni shows her proof, in the form of a letter the novelist wrote before he disappeared. However, the truth is much more twisted than he could imagine… This period film, set in post-WWII Japan, is truly one of the more bizarre and twisted Pink Films you’ll ever see.