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Madame O (1967)

Zoku akutokui: Joi-hen (original title)
| Drama | 1970 (USA)
A teenage girl walking along the beach is attacked by a group of men and brutally gang-raped. She later finds out that not only is she pregnant from the rape, but that she has contracted ... See full summary »

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Kentarô Kawasaki
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A teenage girl walking along the beach is attacked by a group of men and brutally gang-raped. She later finds out that not only is she pregnant from the rape, but that she has contracted syphilis, and she develops a deep hatred for all men. Years later she becomes a doctor. By day she saves lives, but at night she takes her revenge on men by picking them up and killing them in various ways. However, one day she meets and falls in love with a young physician. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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17 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, the review by Mitsukai is completely made up. It's a pretty good joke,however, but don't think that the movie has anything to do with it. It's about this gynecologist who was raped as a child and grows up to become a successful doctor by day and a hustler by night. She picks up men to give them the venereal disease she contracted during the rape. Of course, things get weirder when she finally meets the man of her dreams and falls in love.

A well executed suspenseful movie with a strong moralistic ending, consistent with the times. A bit of nudity and sex but nothing too graphic. Shot in a rather bleak and atmospheric manner with a mixture of black and white and color photography. Worth watching, just don't expect the other reviewer's sushi scene.


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