Be My Slave
Dan Mitsu stars as Kana, a female employee at a publishing company who strikes up a sexual relationship with a younger co-worker. He soon discovers that Kana's fetishes extend to sadomasochistic tendencies, involving a mysterious man only known as "Sensei". This discovery will push his relationship with Kana to a new, dangerous level that he may not be ready for.
- Stars:Mitsu Dan, Itsuji Itao, Hiroaki Mayama, Kanji Furutachi, Asuka Ishii, Ken Kaito, Ini Kusano, Michié, Nahana, Misaki Saijô, Aya Sugimoto, Taiji Takamastu, Takaki Uda,
- Director:Tôru Kamei, Tôru Kamei, TÃ´ru Kamei,
- Writer:Shû Satami (based on the novel by), Takehiko Minato (screenplay)
A sexually-themed Japanese movie based on a novel by Shu Satami. The film is about a publishing company employee - Hiroaki Mayama who is attracted to his senior coworker Kana, a woman who seems to have a nice, clean image while also giving off a certain air of mystery. After several failed attempts to hit on her, he suddenly gets an unexpected text message from her bluntly stating Let us have sex tonight. When he arrives, he finds a suspicious DVD and witnesses the shocking sexual life she has been leading in secret-one which he will soon become a part of himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Be My Slave torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: This movie was not very good. Our lacrosse league was really hyping this up for the kids to watch. I'm glad we didn't wathc it as a team. The kids would have been bored to death. Too bad. It had potential. Even had a cameo of Coach Messere from West Genesee. Still waiting for a good movie with some lacrosse in it.
(us) wrote: I quit before the end.
(ca) wrote: Blaxploitation parody? Anyway the film had moments of creative hilarity, then it got ridiculous and over the top as expected. I thought it was fun!
(jp) wrote: its just a bunch of slackers.
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(es) wrote: Great film and symphatic story about Antti "Zombie" Autiomaa (great role from Silu) who can't cope with all the sad things happening around him. Great supporting cast, good music and one of my Sabbath favorites plays several times throughout the film.
(ru) wrote: A wonderful bittersweet story that just might stay with you for a lil while
(au) wrote: Liked it more than I expected to. For a Woody Allen movie, this was pretty good. A lot of stars in it who were up and coming at the time like a young Natalie Portman and Natasha Lyonne (actually reminded me what a good actress she actually is). Drew Barrymore also stars, though it's not a huge role, same with Julia Roberts. I didn't even mind the singing too much, though most of it is pretty bad in all honesty. A few laughs and nice scenery. Couldn't really have asked for more here!
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(jp) wrote: Standard Loach - committed, funny, gritty and with a sense of menace.
(it) wrote: Mel Gibson is Martin Riggs and Danny Glover is Roger Murtaugh in the classic action film Lethal Weapon. Riggs is an explosive and lethal cop that is shoot first, as questions later. Murtaugh is the exact opposite and does things by the book and is calm. When heroine smuggling scheme case comes up and Murtaugh's daughter is kidnapped, it becomes nothing but personal. Lethal Weapon features and helped define all of the elements that are in many cop movies. The action is solid, and Gary Busey plays the classic henchmen top villain. The movie features solid characters and chemistry and holds up well for its time.