EROTICIDE tells the story of a young man named Yan (Jocelin Haas) and how his addiction to erotic humiliation sets the course of his life on a downward spiral when his ex, Kendra (Lisa Di ... See full summary »
Stephanie van Rijn,
Lisa Di Capa
An ordinary man with an ordinary life joins a mysterious club. The membership lasts for one year only and there is one rule: no cancellation under any circumstance. The man enters into a whole new exciting world he never before experienced where crazy love goes wilder and crazier. Is it an illusion or is it real? Welcome to the world no one has dared to explore until now!Written by
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People tend to divide things into two categories, then they decide which group they belong to. It provides them with an identity and a sense of security.
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After all the end credits have rolled, we see the 5 people viewing the film-within-a-film standing/sitting uncomfortably in the waiting area, for a second or two. Nothing is said, then the screen goes dark, finally. See more »
Written by Jean Frankfurter and John Moering
Performed by Arabesque
C Super Top Musikverlag GMBH
Licensed by Shinko Music Publishing Co., Ltd. See more »
Storyline is about some S&M females whose roles are to surprise, whenever and wherever, a sales clerk who has signed up for this experience at a bondage club. If you have ever seen a '50s scifi remastered film on the tele (they were really bad, mostly to inexperience, but also lack of CGI special effects) then that is what this film will look like. You keep waiting for the film's S&M females to morph into aliens and a couple sort of did with slightly differently shaped bodies towards the end. Cheap special effects include a film overlay of a pulsation emanating from the head of our salesman whenever he is being surprised and a case of grenades (why they are in the film was cheap, dumb and pointless) left behind by the females. Used, also with really cheap explosion effects, upon the S&M females as they seek to attack our poor salesman at his home. Not funny/comedic, unless you expand that definition to include every activity imaginable. No hidden deep message. I worry a little about Japanese culture with its male obsession with how females should convey themselves sexually, e.g. commonly found in animė.
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