A woman looks back on her family's life in Tokyo before and during WWII. A maid arrives from the countryside to work for an upper middle class family. She fits in well, but everyone's emotions are stirred up with the arrival of a student.
Keiko, the daughter of a legendary sushi chef, runs away from home when his Karate-style regimen becomes too severe. Finding work at a rural hot springs inn, she is ridiculed by the eccentric staff and guests.
A handful of mysterious Japanese women take part in a deranged web show that makes them strip off their clothes when they lose a round of Mahjong. When there is nothing left to hide, ... See full summary »
This was one of the first Hong Kong films I saw. It's been badly made and was quite laughable in places. but hey that all adds to the charm. It's full of great stunts and great martial arts choreography and at the end of the day it's all entertainment I was entertained. Therefore I thought it was great. (Go get John Woo's Hong kong films, They're amazing)
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