To make a long story short, the two guys and gals are really digging their SM antics together but eventually the guy returns home to confront his wife who wonders where the hell he’s been for the past week. He makes up some excuse but she’s not buying it and asks him if there’s another woman involved. (No honey, actually two). Well, needless to say he can’t come clean. How is he going to explain to his wife how he innocently fell into this den of depravity? So he makes his way back to the strange house, sits down outside and lights up a cigarette.
Rumiko is a misbehaving girl who got caught stealing the cash her father had at home for bribes. Father would not accuse her of that, but when he caught her having sex with her English teacher, he was justified in sending her to a monastery, where the nuns try to force her to become a good girl. However, after a few days in forced piety, Rumiko (now Sister Lucia) discovered that her sins were nothing in comparison with those of other Sisters, and Mother Superior’s.
Two assistants to an S&M photographer decide to practise their master’s art on their own. They convince a young woman to pose for them and subject her to bondage and torture during the photography session. After their work is finished, the three go to the home of the young woman’s ex-boyfriend and attack him and his wife.
This bizarre hybrid of the road, ghost, and sex genres tells the tale of Tsutomu, who pays a visit to a couple of friends, then disappears after one night. The couple set out to find Tsutomu, and along the way, they encounter another couple filming themselves having sex outdoors. The four then continue to search for Tsutomu, which brings a startling revelation, bringing them all closer together. This oddball example of Japanese “Pink” cinema is definitely not for children, or those whose tastes run toward the ordinary.