Saturday, February 21, 2015
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.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Plot / Synopsis
In this sex comedy, a good-looking German girl goes on vacation in Greece, and a large number of people try to get her to go to bed with them. With a light, teasing manner, she turns all of them down, until at last she meets a boy she really likes.
The start is a little slow as the movie sets up the "dramatic" background for the action - Samantha Fox must solve a riddle in order to inherit the family fortune. While she may not have a great head for solving riddles, she does give great head to get clues.
AMG: This X-rated British crime caper/porn movie tells the story of a cat burgler (David Warbeck) whose m.o. involves seducing those whose jewels he has stolen, which frequently induces a certain haziness in his victims' descriptions of him.
Friday, February 13, 2015
The wong kar wai of pinku eiga
At his working place, Kozo and his colleague gangrape the boss' teenage daughter. Then, on the highway, he picks up a red-haired woman walking on the road back to his home. She ends up staying the night. Later, the woman reveals that she has left her husband and son, but refuses to divulge her name. On the other hand, the boss' daughter informs Kozo's colleague that she is pregnant. They decide to elope but, before that, he demands Kozo to let him have sex with the red-haired woman...
Synopsis / Plot
The opening scene of the movie is highly significant – and indeed, the very first shot of the movie: it depicts the main female protagonist, Aiko, chomping her lunch out of a red plastic lunch box. For some reason which is never explained, she is mute; a 35-year-old bowling alley worker who has a giant crush on a young, handsome, moped-riding mailman named Yoshio. She forces him to become involved with her by knocking down his bike and stealing the post, much like a 12-year-old might try to engage someone’s romantic interest.
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Tatsumi Kumashiro is one of the most accalimed pink film directors to emerge from Nikkatsu studio in the 70s. His films, though almost all erotic in nature, are often chosen by the respected Kinema Junpo as best films of the year.
Story outline translated from a Japanese source:
"Kurobara Shouten" (roughly translated as "the Ascension of Black Rose") tells the story of a porn film director Juzo (Shin Kishida of "Mandala"), who has a second profession of creating porn tapes (hilariously) by recording sound of animals in a zoo and in a dental clinic. He gets stuck in the middle of the production of his new film because the main actress, Meiko, wanted out since she is pregnant by the actor of the film. Later, Juzo accidentally records the sound of a sexually repressed traditional woman named Ikuyo ("Queen of SM" Naomi Tani of "Wife to Be Sacrificed" and the original "Flowers and Snakes") making out with the dentist. It turns out that Ikuyo is the mistress of a wealthy businessman, and she flirts with the dentist to satisfy her carnal needs. Juzo, disguised as a private detective, approaches Ikuyo and tries to persude/seduce/coerce her into being the new actress of his film.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
A young woman seeks vengeance and finds love when her parents are killed in the Amazon and she is taken prisoner by an indigenous tribe of headhunters.
Sarno is also responsible for THE LAYOUT, which follows a manipulative woman (Rene Howard) who systematically seduces the housewives in her cousin's (Suzan Thomas) Florida community, resulting in a suburban lesbian orgy.
Friday, February 6, 2015
Juan Bosch’s hysterical Spanish comedy Caray con el divorcio (1982) is a madcap ode to infidelity. Bosch’s male characters do everything possible to wriggle free of their marital obligations, while their shrewish wives cluck and try to ruin their fun...
Thursday, February 5, 2015
This is definetely one of the sleaziest giallo that ever got produced. The Story ia about a sex club where customers get photographed and black mailed afterwards. When a killer is lose on the club the police starts to investigate in the murder. It stars Ray Lovelock and Anna Maria Rizzoli and was directed by Mario Gariazzo.
A homeless schizophrenic (François Sagat), thinks he's an alien zombie sent to earth. Roaming the streets of Los Angeles in search of dead bodies, he tries to bring the dead back to life by engaging in homosexual sex.
For the sake of completeness with regard to the Jacques Brel (feature films) filmography as an actor, I'm uploading this movie though it is a poor quality rip, presumably from a vhs.
Mont-Dragon is probably the most obscure of the movies in which Jacques Brel starred. This goes for its current unavailability as well for its dark and filled with perversion plot. It's a typical stylish movie of the beginning of the 70s, with many at-the-time shocking dialogues and situations that nowadays has become very much out-of-time and out of fashion, and with the recurrent aim to reveal the hidden dirty affairs of the bourgeoisie.
Monday, February 2, 2015
A reporter enjoys swinging Le Grand club before interviewing three women there. Each recalls wild sexual experiences before forcing themselves on him (sometimes with their maid). Meanwhile, his wife tries getting him too.
Eléonore works on a stud farm and is a little frustrated at her lover Blu's shyness. She is a very hot girl and to get rid of her frustration, after discovering her colleague Michel's interest in sexy magazines and masturbation, she has it off with him, although he disapproved of doing it with a friend's girlfriend in the first place.
Eleonore lives with her grandmother and before Blu arrives on the train, she enjoys herself in the bathtub recalling her scene with Michel and calling out Blu ... Michel phones to suggest fetching Blu at the station, but Eléonore wants to do it herself and off she goes. On the way she almost (or is it a fantasy?) has an accident with two hunters. After fetching Blu (and taking him home?) she is off again for some shopping. On her way back, she comes across the two hunters who rape her in the woods. In fact she really seems to enjoy it calling them Blu in her rapture. When the thing is over she gets hold of their guns and learns that one of the two (Denver) is a film producer in Paris who agrees to give her a job.
A woman troubled by vague anxiety consults a psychiatrist. To obtain a faster diagnosis, he uses hypnotism. This results in what is for the audience an extensive series of homicidal sex fantasies. How much of them could possibly be real? Meanwhile, a team of detectives (with funny personalities and "morgue" humor) is investigating a series of very strange murders that seem to parallel the woman's "fantasies".
Unfortunately, the world of erotic cinema is quite often left behind as the bastardized stepchild of pornography. As long as they've been making films, they've been making erotic films. Films intended to stimulate or excite the viewer but at the same time, films that are a very important part of cinematic history, and are not to be discounted. They're not all winners, but there certainly are some diamonds in the rough to be found. Real films with real characters and real stories to be told… not just sex for the sake of sex and more often than not little to no hardcore elements. One of the true classics of erotic cinema has finally surfaced on domestic DVD, The Story of O... let's take a look.