My Life Changed When I Went to a Sex Parlor
Live action film adaptation of a romance that was turned into a book after making a splash on the Internet bulletin board “2 Channel.” Humorously depicts a 29-year-old virgin who meets a prostitute, and struggles with love. Directed by Iizuka Ken of Arakawa Under the Bridge.
- Stars:Asami, Kairi Narita, Noriaki Kamata, Matthew Floyd Miller, Dean Simone, Shin'nosuke Mitsushima, Nozomi Sasaki, Tôri Matsuzaka, Shinnosuke Abe, Ken'ichi Endô, Honoka, Satoshi Kanada, Ryusuke Komakine, Tomoya Nakamura, Jirô Satô, Daikichi Sugawara, Tarô Suwa, Mitsuki Tanimura, Sora Tôma, Miku Uehara,
- Director:Ken Iizuka,
- Writer:Ryôtarô (original story), Ken Iizuka (screenplay)
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My Life Changed When I Went to a Sex Parlor torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Beautiful, sensitive, elegant, smart! Loved it! The
(ru) wrote: Some funny bits but mostly just stupid. Only really good parts are when that guy is mistaken for a vamp.
(nl) wrote: Great film. captivating and gritty.
(gb) wrote: It really wants to be Gladiator but it is not. Orlando Bloom sucks but every other actor in the movie makes it watchable.
(us) wrote: oh so funny!! I thought it would have been a bit boring, but man it's hilarious! "I'm gay!" "NO SHIT?!" hahaha... just watch it! ^^
(br) wrote: A well made British horror employing a good modern day bleakish atmosphere to enhance the eeriness. It's clear it had a good budget, but the plot development is a little slow throughout.
(ru) wrote: One of those movies which just sneak up on you from behind their unprepossessing blurbs. The essential man-woman story, just done right. Didn't you always wonder how things could have gone if you'd acted on the spark? We've been there, just never thought it would be on screen, and so naturalistic. Susie Porter's really cute, I love the short hair, and just a teeny-tiny bit off in a few of the more intimate scenes, but nothing to detract from what is a lovely story. And I won't give away anything.
(br) wrote: An intelligent and informative TV movie.
(kr) wrote: 80's break dancing at its best, that is to say insane spine breaking moves and cheesy acting everywhere you look. Now get to steppin'.