Silence of the Sushi Rolls, an “art porn” film about busting perverts

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Last week, I watched a movie called Silence of the Sushi Rolls at the Another Hole in the Head film festival. (The real international title is Sexy SWAT Team 4.) It’s a pinku eiga, a genre of soft porn that entails cheesy raunchy plots and a hilariously shameless sense of humor. The director, Mototsugu Watanabe, has done other similar films with titles like Sexy Battle Girls and Amorous Ninja. In Sushi Rolls, he tells the story of a mysterious gadget that makes women orgasm. A female detective who specializes in perverts tries to hunt down the guy who made it, and in the process encounters a weird mad professor type of dude named Dr. Honeybar Nectar who tries to help her with his kinky voodoo and wacked out ideas. Pinku eiga are typically only 60 minutes long and have lots of random sex scenes, so even people with a short attention span or little patience for bad movies can enjoy it. This was one of those really good bad movies, though, like Snakes on a Plane.

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