After School Girls as this movie is also known as, is a hard one to make sense of. It doesn't know whether to take itself as a comedy or drama, so it becomes both. It's somewhat offbeat or even to a point, bizarre. The film's off to a classic start with a girl and boyfriend who get caught by the girl's parents in the most uncompromising of positions, which I can't describe without getting banned from this site. This story provides some amusing entertainment as dialogue with it's situations go hand in hand. Sadly almost everything that follows, isn't half good. They really do themselves a bit of mischief, this couple, but it all works out in the end with the boyfriend, taking off, and running smack bang into a lovely woman, larding all these boxes in her arms. Enter story two. Gentleman, that we already know this guy is, he picks up her boxes off the ground. This woman's husband can't get enough and neither can her girlfriend, who has a straight head of dark jet hair, so they trade rooms. A funny scene is when she visits her papa in a bowling alley. If you watch this scene to it's end, you'll find out why. The movie then takes a different turn with story three. Worried their son, Kurt might be gay, an indication of this is him wearing bracelets on each arm, (I told you this movie was weird) the parents set him up with a hooker, who poses as the mother's friend when they go away and leave shy old Kurt at home by himself. Then she arrives, and plays the role. The sex scenes here are so clichéd here, and while at the dinner table she performs some erotic eating gestures with pickles, asparagus, (ala 9 And A Half Weeks) or splitting mini rolls in half. I do admit, this was a bit of a turn on. For me, what was indicative's of Kurt's homosexuality was his voice, or the mere fact, that in the change rooms, with a lot of honeys around with bouncing breasts, he freely didn't have a problem with scrubbing down his mate's back. Really, he was being pushed into a corner by his mate, and didn't have the guts to stand up to him, where his mate was brainwashing him into thinking girls are ugly. Kurt, a man now, has naturally been smitten by this woman, but she disappears out of his life. Story 4 returns the comedy element, my other favorite part of the movie with a hard Geography teacher, giving a student, who's dreaming away, an excess of homework, where justice is served later on. The dubbing of this is hilarious. Then with story five, it's back to drama, with a professor and girl student in love. The girl's mother who runs a brothel, is accepting of this while the young boy's father is totally against it. The last scene where the young boy, on a departing train, who farewells his lovely, as she runs after him, always stays with me. If your an adult lover, I don't really this would satisfy. Otherwise it's a toss of a coin. It's different, but it's not bad either.
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