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A comet is on a collision course with Earth. Cynical and indifferent nihilist loner Wataru is kidnapped and taken to a secret hospital where chief scientist Dr. Ohora informs Wataru that he possesses a special psychic power called Sexual Psychokinesis that could help save mankind. Wataru has to make love to Ikuko, a sweet and virginal young lass with the same psychic powers, in order to effectively avert Armageddon.Written by
This sci-fi themed pink film from Japan has just about everything you might expect, that is, nudity and sexual activity virtually throughout its running time. It is hard to fault but as far as my own, possibly jaded palate is concerned, it was all a little too predictable. Vanilla sex, all the way, this lacked some of the more quirky elements we have come to expect from the Pink Eiga label. I have to say though that the cast and crew commentary is something else. With split screen we watch the original film and the four film makers ardently discussing this vigorous soft core sex film as if it were the most serious movie ever made. Refreshing contrast though with what would happen in the West, when everyone would make out they had nothing to do with it.
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