In my quest for the most offensive and shocking movies from all corners of the globe, I've seen many a Japanese pinku, a lot of which feature sexual violence (seems to be part of the culture). However, very few of those have dealt with the subject in such a light-hearted and irreverent manner as Pleasure Campus Secret Games, which plays its female degradation and forced sex for comedic effect.
Allow me to elucidate....
The film starts with goody-goody schoolgirl Sachiko Suzuki (Ayako Ohta) claiming responsibility for a classroom prank in order to protect her boyfriend Michio (Mitsutaka Ikeda). While on detention, Sachiko is aroused by the slurping noises made as she cleans test-tubes and proceeds to scrub her own 'equipment' instead. Meanwhile, a teacher who has made a trip to the toilet overhears Sachiko's whimpers of pleasure and investigates; on seeing the girl pleasuring herself, he decides to teach her a lessonby forcing her to go down on him and sticking a brush up her butt.
As Sachiko's ordeal continues, a second teacher visits the loo, and hears the commotion; he too investigates, but not before the first teacher is able to slip out of the window unseen. On seeing Sachiko on all fours with precious lab equipment protruding from her derrière, he is left no option but to reprimand herby beating her on the ass with a rubber hose and giving her an enema. While this is happening, a third teacher visits the john...... and so on, and so on.
All of this is spied upon by a science teacher in the next block, who has a hand-shandy rather than report the abuse. When he's not watching students being repeatedly assaulted through his telescope, the science teacher is working on a serum to turn people evil, aided by his sexy lab assistant Maria (Asami Ogawa). He succeeds in perfecting his formula, and starts to molest Maria (who seems only to happy to oblige, donning a Playboy bunny outfit), but passes out before he can satisfy her.
The action then shifts to the wife of one of the teachers, who is surprised in her home by a masked robber/rapist. The intruder forces the woman to have sex with him, and she ultimately enjoys the experience. But in reality, the attacker is actually her husband, who is now worried that his wife prefers forced sex with strangers. How can he put matters right? By telling his friend, who decides to help by donning 'stocking on head' and paying the wife a visit!
After this, it's back to poor Sachiko, who returns home having discovered that Michio is fooling around with the class slut (this hasn't been Sachiko's day so farbut it's about to get worse). Arriving home looking less than happy, Michiko's daddy (Kazuo Satake) tries to console his daughter (while feeling her up at the same time). Suspecting that Sachiko has been having sex, he retires to his bedroom to discuss the matter with his wife (Aoi Nakajima). The conversation quickly turns into an argument about cookies (!), forcing the guy to teach his wife a lessonby tying her up and doing unspeakable things with golf balls! At this precise moment, Michiko comes into the room, and is subjected to the same treatment.
Having had such a terrible day, Michiko decides to pay boyfriend Michio a visit to patch things upnot the greatest idea, since she finds him in bed with the bad girl, and is forced to join in the fun.
The film ends with Michiko going to see a hypnotism show in which she becomes the unfortunate star. Feeling sorry for the hypnotist, whose audience mock his skills, Michiko decides to pretend that she is under his control. Doing precisely as the man asks, she pretends to be a swanbut as one member of the audience points out, swans don't wear any clothes. Not wanting to ruin the act for the hypnotist, Michiko reluctantly strips off, which results in her being rogered on stage by the randy performer in front of an appreciative audience.
Based on a manga, all of this OTT perversion is clearly intended as light-hearted fun, treated in a comic-book fashion by director Tatsumi Kumashiro, with plenty of over-acting and exaggerated lunacy from the cast, and tons of nudity but nothing too explicit on show. In the east, this sort of thing is clearly acceptable, but from most westerner's point of view, it will still come across as incredibly tasteless and scores a whopping 9/10 for me on the wrongness scale.
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