Dance and prostitution play the same role for Cristhian’s body. Virtuosity, desire, technique, and sex intertwine, granting coherence to a way of life that offers many answers to few questions. A leitmotiv that reconciles opposites and contradictions. Answers that are sometimes painful, like all truths.
Like many other transitional countries, Croatia became rather conservative. In it's own, funny way, this film is investigating the area of autoeroticism.
The plot deals with an alienated high-school girl who is rescued from a suicide attempt by a male student who can only achieve orgasm by pleasuring himself with women's underwear. Intrigued, the depressed young woman taunts him into raping her various female enemies by sending him secret e-mails.
This softcore effort from cult pinku-eiga director Hisayasu Sato concerns the perfect couple. Of course, they don’t know that they’re the perfect couple because they each keep a “terrible” secret from the other. This prevents them from enjoying a normal sex life. The husband is impotent unless he can watch another couple having sex, and the wife pleasures herself to thoughts of being raped while someone else watches. Eventually, the voyeuristic husband and the exhibitionist wife confess their secrets to each other and realize how silly they’ve been when they were clearly made for each other.
A man with a troubled past including incest with a younger sister and the murder of a woman travels to an isolated countryside town in Nagano. There a local who mistakes him for a famous television actor shows him the town's sites, including a strip bar in which the performers remove Heian era costumes. The film's narrative is in an allegorical and disjointed manner with references to Buddhist concepts.
The artist decides to found his own art school and begins by assembling materials for the library. Finding too many words are available, he glues together the unnecessary pages of books.
Dr. Sigmund Wiston, along with the help of his trusty sidekick Billy, teaches the students of the 1950s how to put more excitement into self-loving.