In ancient China, rich Prince married to sexually obsessed Princess. Despite all the love delights of her husband, she finds a lover and betrayed him sophisticated passion. Servant Princess... See full summary »
When Ryo, a young magazine reporter, moves into a new apartment he is greeted by the passionate sounds of his astonishingly beautiful neighbor Satsuki. Realizing the wall dividing their ... See full summary »
Tôyama, a weak-willed businessman, is in debt to the Yakuza; they also have a video of him bribing a government minister. To clear his debts, he agrees to let them drug and kidnap his wife ... See full summary »
Be My Slave is a sexually-themed Japanese movie directed by Toru Kamei and based on a novel by Shu Satami. It was released by Kadokawa Pictures in Japan on November 3, 2012. In the film, ... See full summary »
A businessman is ruthless with his competitors, and in response his competitors after being driven out of business kidnap aforementioned business man's wife and start training her to be a porn star, particularly of the S&M/bondage variety, in order to blackmail the business man into paying them not to release the porn film that they're creating...starring his wife. (Yeah, the plot doesn't really make a whole lot of sense, but it doesn't really need to, I guess.) There's not really much to say about this movie. If you're interested in softcore pinky bondage films like the previous Flower & Snake movies, Wife to be Sacrificied, etc. then I'd check it out. There's some debauchery/humiliation and what have you (someone urinates in someone else's face, sexual intercourse with a meat product of some kind, some girl-on-girl) but all in all it's just skullnumbingly boring. But, y'know, like I said, if you like the older Japanese bondage productions, then your mileage may vary (despite being released in 2010, the production has an intentionally created older look to it). I just went into it with a (probably misguided) expectation for Japanese exploitation OTT madness, and in that sense was disappointed.
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