A Woman Called Sada Abe 2001 Horror Movie Review
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The young and beautiful Sada Abe (Junko Miya[**]a), the daughter of a rich merchant, is banished for losing her virginity after being raped by a college student. Sada wanders the city, becoming a geisha and eventually meeting Kichizo (Hideaki Ezumi), a posh restaurateur who falls under her spell. Together, they embark on a week-long sexual escapade filled with dangerous obsessions. Their complete descent into each others desires culminates in a shocking crime of passion which captures the city’s headlines. Based on a real event from 1936, “A Woman Called Sada Abe” is a compelling adult drama from Japan’s famed Nikkatsu Studios and director Noboru Tanaka.
About A Woman Called Sada Abe (2001)
A Woman Called Sada Abe
Junko Miyashita, Hideaki Esumi, Nagatoshi Sakamoto, Yoshie Kitsuda, Genshu Hanayagi,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
77 minutesDirector: Noboru Tanaka,
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