This is the sort of film which contributes to many westerners' negative impressions of Japanese society in general and the <i>pinku eiga</i> genre in particular. It is also the jarring debut of Masaru Konuma (Ikenie Fujin), one of the Nikkatsu studio's most unconventional filmmakers. The outrageous story line deals with Masako (Keiko Maki), a journalist who is raped while researching a story. The rape causes her to develop amnesia, so her brother devises a novel way to get her memory back -- he has her boyfriend rape her <I>again</I>. It doesn't work, so the brother and boyfriend do more research, discovering that Masako was raped by an African-American soldier. As might be expected, they then hire a black GI to rape the poor girl yet a third time. There remains nothing else to say about this film. Those who might enjoy it will surely be searching for it already, and those who are repulsed will surely not be swayed by hearing what a well-made film it is, or how well novice director Konuma composes scenes.
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