Reiko is a sex robot programmed to accumulate sexual experience. She goes through seven body types to experiences a variety of couplings. She returns to the company to download her ... See full summary »

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Aja ...
Tokyo Rose
Akira ...
Akira
Miho Ariga ...
Reiko #4
Myû Asô ...
Reiko #5
Akechi Denki ...
Akechi
Emi ...
London
Margarette ...
Mami
Mash ...
Mash
Zachery Nataf ...
Dizzy
Yumeka Sasaki ...
Reiko #3
Ayumu Tokitô ...
Reiko #1
Tsousie ...
Reiko #7
Etsuyo Tsuchida ...
Reiko #6
Maria Yumeno ...
Reiko #2
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Reiko is a sex robot programmed to accumulate sexual experience. She goes through seven body types to experiences a variety of couplings. She returns to the company to download her accumulated info and escape from their control. Written by Fred Cabral <ftcabral@hotmail.com>

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orgasm | data | sex | corporation | cyborg | See All (30) »

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This is not love. This is sex.

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Sci-Fi | Adult

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3 May 2001 (Japan)  »

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I.K.U. (Orgasme)  »

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The film takes place in 2030. See more »

Quotes

[first English lines]
Dizzy: Say "Kiss me."
Reiko #1: Kiss me.
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References Bubblegum Crisis (1987) See more »

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Form over substance sex video that forgot to make the sex interesting
18 September 2006 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

Japanese sci-fi porn about sex robots going out and collecting sexual data by having sex. There really isn't a plot (There's an idea but it doesn't amount to much of anything),just flashy visuals and erotic imagery.

As a collection of images its great but there is little beyond it. Its a variety of couplings with text over them explaining the company that makes the robots and what the background for it all is. A chunk of it is pixelated and a few shots are graphic, but after about ten minutes, when you realize its not going anywhere, it begins to fall down. While I like the idea of the flashy visuals mixing with sex and a semi clever idea, I hate that it just doesn't go anywhere (and does so really fast).

Better to rent an Japanese porn video.


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