Review: R100, 2015, dir. Hitoshi Matsumoto


“In R100, Takafumi Katayama (Nao Ōmori), a workaholic father burdened by loneliness over his wife’s catatonic state, decides to sign up for a one-year contract with a gentleman’s bondage club. Membership comes with a few decidedly inconvenient stipulations; most notably, he must live all 365 days in constant anxiety over where, and when, he might be ambushed—in his home, at his job, on the street, at a restaurant—by the beautiful dominatrices the club employs, each of whom possesses a talent for humiliation and debasement. What follows is a marathon of awkward sexscapades and unconventional personal liberation.” (Via Movie Mezzanine.)

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