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If Nikkatsu keeps this up, the studio may have its hands on the most exciting new franchise out there: art porn with an emphasis on the art.
Wet Woman in the Wind isn't likely to land anyone in anything remotely hot water - though the upcoming installment by perpetual provocateur Sono may yet elevate pulses both inside cinemas and further afield.
Genre homage or not, trashy, assault-coddling sexism is a turn off - and worse.
Wet Woman in the Wind is a hugely enjoyable entry in the Roman Porno Reboot with committed performances, a witty script that shrewdly comments on sexual politics and assured direction from Akihiko Shiota.
As a nostalgic pastiche of what appears to be a quintessentially Japanese tradition of erotic cinema, Wet Women in the Wind is certainly a curiosity.
What is the difference between a self-aware re-tread of a cheap and sleazy hour of pornography, and the original hour of pornography?
Even at its dirtiest, it manages to still be a rather adorable love story about two very weird people.
Shiota understands a pivotal strand of the American screwball comedy; that it's often a male fantasy of relief from male expectations, hence the dominant female charters who sort out the men's neuroses.
Its adult, always amusing battle of attraction and repulsion played out in ever more hilarious variations.
Hugely enjoyable film - and often, partly because of its relative demureness, a fairly arousing one, with female pleasure and male discomfiture foremost on the menu.
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