This is a short film that got distributed in the states as a preview ahead of "Makin' Up" on the same VHS tape.
A young male engineer keeps bumping into a well-equipped young lady. He can't keep his eyes from her monumental assets. One day at last, something hilariously unexpected happens after yet another collision in an elevator. I rarely laugh out loud when watching movies, but this was one of those times. I'll never forget the words of the doctor tasked with fixing the engineer's emerging problem.
I suppose there's a social commentary component. Something along the lines of: men are defined by their thoughts, women are defined by their bodies. There's also some inter-racial analysis, a la: Europeans prefer their women buxom, while Japanese like flatter chests. Parallels can also be drawn to "Bedazzled"-style "be careful what you wish for" themes.
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