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Ooru naito ronga 3: Sanji (1996)

A bellboy stalks a woman who frequents the hotel where he works.

Director:

Katsuya Matsumura
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yûjin Kitagawa Yûjin Kitagawa ... Kikuo Sawada (as Yuujin Kitagawa)
Ryôka Yuzuki Ryôka Yuzuki ... Hitomi Nomura (as Kanori Kadomatsu)
Tomorô Taguchi ... Kawasaki
Meika Seri Meika Seri ... Staff member of Wings (love hotel)
Mitsuzô Ishii Mitsuzô Ishii ... Manager of Wings (love hotel)
Hideki Kawamata Hideki Kawamata
Mitsuru Hosokawa Mitsuru Hosokawa
Herachonpe Herachonpe ... Toshi-chan
Mitsuru Matsui Mitsuru Matsui
Yuka Nishitani Yuka Nishitani
Aki Fukazawa Aki Fukazawa
Chika Misaki Chika Misaki
Yui Kawana Yui Kawana
Yôko Tanaka Yôko Tanaka
Yuu Sasaki Yuu Sasaki
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A bellboy stalks a woman who frequents the hotel where he works.

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Horror

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Kawasaki: Men are born half-dead, and it takes a lifetime for them to become completely dead. Humans, they're living garbage!
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Followed by All Night Long: Anyone Would Have Done (2009) See more »

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living garbage
16 November 2000 | by white pongoSee all my reviews

I was not impressed by the first entry in this series and the second one was only a slight improvement.However this third entry remodels ideas found in both of those into a genuine masterpiece of voyeuristic cinema.Yuji Kitagawa (later a pop star) is a college student who collects people's garbage as a hobby.While sifting through Kanori Kadomatsu's garbage,he falls in love with her and obsessively collects all her throwaways (including her sanitary towels).He even eats her leftover food and drink.All the other characters in the film are equally twisted,including "dust hunter" Tomoroh Taguchi (TETSUO).If you're not easily offended (honestly,it's pretty strong stuff),this vicious slice of anti-social cinema is very very well made and will stay with you for a long time


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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

9 August 1996 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

All Night Long 3: The Final Chapter See more »

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Daiei See more »
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