Release Date : January, 9th, 1961
Running Time : 82 min
Genre : Feature
Color : Monochrome
Screening Format : -
Screen Size : Cinema Scope (1:2.35)
[ Directed by ] ISHII Teruo
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[ Story ]
This is an intriguing story about "Call Girls" produced under the direction of Teruo Ishii, responsible for such sensational films as "Yellow Line," "Black Line" etc.
A business girl, Reiko Takigawa, works at the Tokyo Trading Company as a typist in name, but in reality she is nothing but a call girl who tries to earn extra money for her marriage with Hiroshi Yoshioka, an employee of the same company by maintaining an affair with Morikawa, the chief of the department.
One day, angered by Morikawa's attitude to Yoshida, Reiko resigns, but this is refused by Morikawa. She retaliates by writing an anonymous letter to the police, and Morikawa kills her.
One day, Yoshioka meets Mayumi, a woman pickpocket, who robbed Morikawa of important documents and takes the papers from her. But they turn out to be of no real importance, and deal with a secret club.
Yoshioka goes to the bar Bacchus, to inquire about the club from Akiko but his excessive questioning puts her on her guard.
Finally, however, Akiko confesses that Reiko was also a member of the same club.
Yoshioka visits the secret call girl club to make further investigations, but is discovered by a member, Segawa, and kept prisoner with Mayumi in the cellar.
【Quoted from Unijapan Film Quarterly 1961.4.2】
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