Based on the popular Internet novel, "Multi-Cell Girl", the film takes place in "No-Use High School", a school renowned for its sexual aberrations. The student body is comprised of sexually ambiguous teenagers, and the student president and vice-present flaunt their taste for S&M. Independent study and supplementary classes are done on homosexuality and transgenderism, and teachers and students alike leave school early because of sexually-transmitted diseases. But amidst this environment, there are some that just can't adapt. Among them: "Poor Girl", a student who earns money for her family by sleeping with older men; "Anthony", a luxurious pretty-boy from Switzerland; and "One-Eye", the school's sole virgin. Poor Girl falls in love with Anthony at first sight. Meanwhile, Anthony is struck by One-Eye's brother "Two Eyes" and feels confused about his sexuality. Written by
"Life is like a soap opera. The curse of the secret birth"
A guilty pleasure. This is a teen high-school comedy about, well high-school life. Sure the jokes are silly and it's a musical, but still it has enough going for it in terms of bizarreness and creativity.
A girl with poverty on her back is forced into prostitution with a cross-dresser who wants to giggle and talk about the newest idols, she is in love with the son of a rich Swiss family who in turn is in love with the trans gender brother/sister of the sole virgin in the class, the cyclop.
Partly a mocking of the musical, the TV drama and the high-school comedy it has some nice touches apart from that.
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