Surprising "lolitesque" drama from the Rising Sun Country
A really shameless Lolita, the child of a rich playboy, senses she soon will have to put an end to an existence made of luxury and idleness when his father falls in love with a teacher. A diabolical plan suddenly goes off, made of psychological and sexual violence, that leads the young woman to suicide. Genuinely disturbing "roman-poruno" produced by the Nikkatsu that, thanks to the undeniable skill of the director Koyu Ohara, towers over the genre standards. Yoko Hatanaka offers a really subtle interpretation in the young girl role. A real surprise. Yuki Kazamatsuri will later made a little cameo in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill, Volume 1" (2003).
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