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Director: Nagisa Ōshima
Screenplay: Nagisa Ōshima
Genre: erotic drama
Film forbidden to under 16 years old at the time of its release in France. The film is not classified as pornographic although it contains unsimulated sexual acts and the actors’ sex appears on screen.
Japan: October 16, 1976
France : September 15, 1976
1936, in the middle-class districts of Tokyo. Sada Abe, a former prostitute who has become a maid, likes to spy on the lovemaking of her masters and to relieve vicious old men from time to time. Her boss Kichizo, although married, will soon show his attraction for her and will involve her in an erotic escalation which will know no more limits.
Kichizo now has two houses: the one he shares with his wife and the one he shares with Sada. The love and sexual relations between Sada and Kichizo are from now on spiced up by other relations, which are for them as many initiatory celebrations. Progressively, they will have more and more difficulty to do without each other, and Sada will tolerate less and less the idea that there could be another woman in the life of his companion.
Kichizo finally asks Sada, during one of their sexual encounters, to strangle him without stopping, even if it means killing him. Sada accepts, strangles him until he dies, before emasculating him, in an ultimate gesture of mortification; then she writes on Kichizo’s chest, with the blood of the latter: “Sada and Kichi, now united”.
Eiko Matsuda: Sada Abe
Tatsuya Fuji: Kichizo
Aoi Nakajima: Toku
Yasuko Matsui: the owner of the Tagawa Inn
Meika Seri: Matsuko
Kanae Kobayashi: Kikuryu
Taiji Tonoyama: the old beggar
Kyôji Kokonoe : Omiya
Naomi Shiraishi : the geisha Yaeji
In the Realm of the Senses (Ai no corrida), by the always provocative Japanese director Nagisa Oshima, remains one of the most controversial films of all time. Based on a true incident, it graphically depicts the all-consuming, transcendent—but ultimately destructive—love of a man and a woman (Tatsuya Fuji and Eiko Matsuda) living in an era of ever escalating imperialism and governmental control. Less a work of pornography than of politics, In the Realm of the Senses is a brave, taboo-breaking milestone, still censored in its own country.
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