Sora Aoi is Tsumugi, a typical Japanese teenager—who just happens to be in love with her teacher, Katagiri. Tsumugi seduces Katagiri and he falls for her. But at the same time, Tsumugi is attracted to her classmate, Kosuke, and soon she’s trapped in a love triangle. Now Tsumugi faces a dilemma: Who will she stay with?
Drama, Romance, Pink Film
Sora Aoi, Takashi Naha, Chiyoko Sakamachi and Shigeru Nakano
Pink Film, or pink eiga, is a form of Japanese erotic cinema most popular during the 1970s to 1980s. Not only were they tremendously sexy and widely popular, the industry gave filmmakers unprecedented artistic freedom, spawning many of today's most celebrated Japanese directors. READ MORE.
WHO'S THAT HOTTIE?
What man doesn't know Sora Aoi? Aoi has established herself as a queen of Japanese AV (or adult video), starring in over 50 movies. Today, she is transitioning towards non- pornographic roles. Watch her in Tsumugi in one of her earlier (undressed) roles.
CRITIC REVIEWS FOR TSUMUGI
Given the general unavailability of Sora Aoi films outside of Japan, Tsumugi is pretty much essential for fans.
While [Tsumugi] naturally treads on taboo ground it’s more inclined toward presenting realistic human emotions as our cast of social misfits - ranging from responsible school teachers to aging punk-rockers - are forced to face up to their responsibilities in life through a series of startling and tragic revelations, which lead up to the film’s unfortunate catharsis.
Putting aside the predictably uncomfortable interpretation of pigtailed pubescent fetishism, Sora Aoi is sensational as the titular high schooler, by turns carnal, questioning, contrary, caring and capricious.