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(Chô-inran: Shimai donburi)
1998, regia di Yutaka Ikejima
Scheda: Nazione: Giappone - Produzione: Kokuei Company - Distribuzione: Shintoho Company, ADVA Pictures K.K., Alive Vertrieb und Marketing, PinkEiga.com - Soggetto: Kyôko Godai - Sceneggiatura: Kyôko Godai - Fotografia: Shôji Shimizu - Montaggio: Shôji Sakai - Musiche: Hitomi Oba - Formato: Color - Durata: 64'.
Cast: Yumi Yoshiyuki, Kanae Mizuhara, Reina Azuma, Kyôsuke Sasaki, Kazuhiro Sano, Ken'ichi Kanbe, Daikei Shimizu.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - taliesinttlg.blogspot.it - en.wikipedia.org - filmaffinity.com - movieo.me - amazon.com - digital-retribution.com: «...Filmed in 1998 and presumably re-released to coincide with the current obsession for anything with the word 'Twilight' in the title, this madcap and thoroughly libidinous outing revolves around an outwardly normal fellow, Kazuhiko, whose life is turned upside down when a pair of beautiful sisters move in next door. Proving toothsome in the most literal sense, the lascivious lasses quickly initiate our hapless protagonist into a deeply taboo world of sex, bloodletting, sex and more sex. What's surprising about Twilight Dinner is how solid the performances are – the lead actors perform as though they're in a gritty Kiyoshi Kurasawa crime thriller, not a modestly budgeted vampire sex romp with incestuous sub-themes, and from Kyosuke Sasaki as Kazuhiko to the accomplished Yumi Yoshiyuki as the elder sister each put in a layered and multifaceted turn. This is one of the traits I most admire about Japanese actors: no matter how unorthodox the source material they always give an unabashed 110%, and the end result, as here, is all the better for it. Expertly directed by Yutaka 'Mr Pink' Ikejima, heretofore best known for his work on the Japanese Wife Next Door series, Twilight Dinner is a surprisingly accomplished affair that deftly balances sex and drama and has all the madcap makings of a Pinky genre classic. And it's more entertaining than Twilight ever was».
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