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Very good, but at times confronting viewing. For the first half it just seemed to be a lot of detailed sex scenes (though not overly graphic apart from female nudity). I was a bit worried the whole thing would be like that with no real point to the movie.
Thankfully there is a moral to the story, and that's not overly pleasant viewing either, but it is thought provoking.
Prostitution...S&M...hot skinny women...mistresses...Say no more!
One of hard core Japanese films. A brutal story about the life of a prostitute in Tokyo. A must see to believe.
I'm not sure what to make of this. The sex is quite erotic, but the rest of the movie is all over the place. the ending is very good, but one wonders, why make an exploitive film about exploitation? 3 stars for the hell of it, but it probably isn't worth that many.
well, that was something. This movie is almost like a horror film. There's some really creepy stuff in it. The visual style is great.
people are crazier when they think they have full of freedom..
they tend to regret what they have done which will consequently harm not only him/herself but also the people they love..
Finally get to this classic. Well, shortly, expected so much more, heavier and smashing plot, maybe even more explicit scenes, this could be easily a "R". It was actually pretty much interesting until the last, let's say quarter of the movie, when it totally watered down. And yes, it' confusing. Have to admit that didn't get the point with the last two scenes, which only left me a feeling of an unfinished work. Plus for quite funny ideas throughout.
When it comes to disturbing Japanese exploitation pictures, I prefer them to be more violent than sexual. However sexuality is a key selling point so the depravity is balanced . 'Tokyo Decadence' unfortunately is all unsettling sexuality with a weak story and a pisser of a resolution.
Very edgy, with a girlish charme. Nice flow.
Tokyo Decadence is a story about a girl that feels that she really serves no point in life so she starts working for a call girl service, quickly jobs start to get weirder and weirder. Directed by the author that wrote the book and starring a cast of nobodies the film moves along quick enough, but like most sex films the viewer is left with the question, what's it all mean? Make what you want to out of it between the sex scenes and all the drugs done this film lives it's NC-17 rating.