The director presents three stories that offer an erotic look related to food. It tries to find a humorous connection, but the stories, especially the first one, are too absurd. Better than in developing the stories, Rôta Yoshida is right in the sexual representation of the act of eating, which establishes a kind of ironic look at the primitive male point of view.
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