2000s Japanese film stubs

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  1. Mourning Wife

    Mourning Wife (2001)


    Mourning Wife (喪服の女 崩れる Mofuku no onna: Kuzureru) aka An Affair with a Woman in Mourning is a 2001 Japanese Pink film directed by Daisuke Gotō. It won the Silver Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony. Personnel awards also went to Mayuko Sasaki for Best Actress, 2nd place and Masahide Iioka for Cinematography.

  2. Joshû Ayaka: Itaburi mesu chôkyô

    Joshû Ayaka: Itaburi mesu chôkyô (2008)


    Female Prisoner Ayaka: Tormenting and Breaking in a Bitch (女囚アヤカ いたぶり牝調教 Joshū Ayaka: Itaburi Mesu Chōkyō) is a 2008 Japanese pink film directed by Naoyuki Tomomatsu. Tomomatsu shot the film for the Gensō Haikyū-sha production company, and it was released theatrically in Japan by OP Eiga on September 19, 2008. It was given an Honorable Mention for Best Film at the 2008 Pink Grand Prix ceremony, where lead actress Asami was also given one of the Best New Actress Awards.

  3. Freeze Me

    Freeze Me (2000)


    Freeze Me (フリーズ・ミー Furiizu Mii), or Freezer, is a 2000 Japanese film by director Takashi Ishii. This film stars Harumi Inoue as Chihiro, a rape victim who tries to live a normal life, only to be visited several years later by her three rapists in her apartment and raped again before she kills them.

  4. Renzoku furin: Shimai sôkanzu

    Renzoku furin: Shimai sôkanzu (2008)


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  5. Blind Love

    Blind Love (2005)


    Blind Love (ブラインド・ラブ わいせつステージ Blind love: waisetsu steeji) originally released as Waisetsu steeji nando mo tsukkonde (わいせつステージ 何度もつっこんで) is a 2005 Japanese Pink film directed by Daisuke Gotō. It was given the Silver Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony. Presented by Pink Eiga, the film's U.S. distributor, Blind Love is featured as part of the 2009 New York Asian Film Festival. Director Gotō and cinematographer Masahide Iioka are scheduled to attend.

  6. Tamamono

    Tamamono (2004)


    Lunch Box (熟女・発情 タマしゃぶり Jukujo: hatsujō tamashaburi, lit. Mature Woman: Rutting Ball-Play) aka Bowling Ball (たまもの Tamamono) is a 2004 Japanese Pink film directed by Shinji Imaoka. It was chosen as Best Film of the year at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony.

  7. Bishimai rezu: Bichû n hi ni...

    Bishimai rezu: Bichû n hi ni... (2006)


    Beautiful Lesbian Sisters: On the Day of Mourning... (美姉妹レズ 忌中の日に… Bishimai Rezu: Kichū no Hi ni....) is a 2006 Japanese pink film directed by Daisuke Yamanouchi. It won the Best Film, 4th Place at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony, and for her performance in this film, Yuria Hidaka was given the Best New Actress award. The noted pink film director Tetsuya Takehora served as Assistant Director on this film.

  8. Strange Circus

    Strange Circus (2005)


    Strange Circus (奇妙なサーカス Kimyô na sâkasu) is a 2005 Japanese horror drama film written and directed by Sion Sono.

  9. New Tokyo Decadence

    New Tokyo Decadence (2007)


    New Tokyo Decadence -The Slave (奴隷 Dorei) (2007) is a Japanese pink film directed by Osamu Satō and starring Rinako Hirasawa and Kikujiro Honda. This film was shown in Japan in 2007 and then at the San Francisco Independent Film Festival on February 7, 2009 on a double feature with S&M Hunter. Rinako Hirasawa won the Best Actress award at the Pink Grand Prix 2007, and the film was chosen 9th best pink release of the year.

  10. Shaolin Girl

    Shaolin Girl (2008)


    Shaolin Girl (少林少女 shōrin shōjo) is a 2008 Japanese film inspired by the 2001 Hong Kong film Shaolin Soccer. Unlike the original film, the movie focuses on women's lacrosse. It starred Japanese actress Kou Shibasaki and Hong Kong actors Lam Chi Chung and Tin Kai Man return from the original film. The film was released in Japan on April 26, 2008. Stephen Chow, director and star in Shaolin Soccer, was the producer, but is not credited as writer or director.

  11. Konkurîto

    Konkurîto (2004)


    Concrete (コンクリート Konkurīto) is a 2004 independently produced Japanese film that recounts the story of the murder of Junko Furuta. The film deals as much with the social factors that produced Furuta's four assailants as it does with Furuta's suffering at their hands.

  12. Uncle's Paradise

    Uncle's Paradise (2006)


    Uncle's Paradise (おじさん天国 Ojisan tengoku) aka Mighty Extreme Woman (絶倫絶女 Zetsurin zetsujo) is a 2006 Japanese pink film directed by Shinji Imaoka.

  13. Sakuran

    Sakuran (2007)


    Sakuran (さくらん, lit. "Derangement"), is a manga series created by Moyoco Anno. The manga is about a girl, Kiyoha (though she goes through different names while growing up the hierarchy) who becomes a tayu or oiran courtesan. North American publisher Vertical Inc released it in English in July 2012.

  14. Twitch: You Are My Toy

    Twitch: You Are My Toy (2004)


    Twitch – You Are My Toy (淫らな唇 痙攣 Midarana Kuchibiru: Keiren) (lit. Loose Lips: Convulsions) is a 2004 Japanese pink film directed by Yūji Tajiri. It won the Bronze Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony.

  15. One Missed Call Final

    One Missed Call Final (2006)


    One Missed Call: Final (Japanese: 着信アリFinal Hepburn: Chakushin ari: Final) is a 2006 Japanese horror film and the third installment of the One Missed Call franchise, written by franchise creator Yasushi Akimoto and directed by Manabu Asou.

  16. Dependense

    Dependense (2006)


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  17. Yo-Yo Girl Cop

    Yo-Yo Girl Cop (2006)


    Yo-Yo Girl Cop, known in Japan as Sukeban Deka: Code Name = Saki Asamiya (Japanese: スケバン刑事 コードネーム=麻宮サキ Hepburn: Sukeban Deka: Kōdo Nēmu = Asamiya Saki) is a 2006 Japanese live-action feature film, the third to be based on the manga Sukeban Deka, directed by Kenta Fukasaku.

  18. Ultraman Tiga: The Movie

    Ultraman Tiga: The Movie (2000)


    Ultraman Tiga: The Final Odyssey (ウルトラマンティガ THE FINAL ODYSSEY Urutoraman Tiga Za Fainaru Odesei) is a tokusatsu movie, and part of the Ultraman franchise, released in 2000. The movie is a direct sequel to the original Ultraman Tiga television series, serving as an epilogue to the events between Tiga and the successor series, Ultraman Dyna. A TPC excursion (including GUTS' Captain Megumi Iruma) headed to an old ruins and unintentionally wakes up three evil ancient giants. Daigo's impending marriage to fellow GUTS member Rena is interrupted by a mysterious woman who hands him a black Spark Lens, as well as disturbing visions of an evil, dark Tiga and three other mysterious giants. Daigo must discover the truth and history behind his visions, and defeat the darkness one more time.

  19. Warm Water Under a Red Bridge

    Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (2001)


    Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (赤い橋の下のぬるい水 Akai Hashi no Shita no Nurui Mizu) is a 2001 Japanese film by director Shōhei Imamura. This was Imamura's last feature film. It was entered into the 2001 Cannes Film Festival.

  20. Eiga: Kurosagi

    Eiga: Kurosagi (2008)


    Kurosagi is a film based on the 2006 popular TV series Kurosagi.

  21. Death Note: The Last Name

    Death Note: The Last Name (2006)


    Death Note 2: The Last Name (デスノート the Last name Desu Nōto the Last name) a 2006 Japanese detective supernatural psychological thriller film directed by Shūsuke Kaneko. The film is the second in a series of live-action Japanese films released in 2006 based on the Death Note manga and anime series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. The film primarily centers on a university student named Light Yagami who decides to rid the world of evil with the help of a supernatural notebook that kills anyone whose name is written in it. The film was produced by Nippon Television, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Japan. It was licensed by VIZ Pictures.

  22. Hero

    Hero (2007)


    Hero is a 2007 Japanese feature film based on the 2001 Japanese TV series of the same name. The original series spawned a 2-hour TV special in 2006 which followed the main character, Kuryu, five years later. That special sets up the lead-in for the 2007 feature film.

  23. Oneechanbara: The Movie

    Oneechanbara: The Movie (2008)


    OneChanbara (お姉チャンバラ Onee Chanbara) is a 2008 film written and directed by Yôhei Fukuda. The film is based on the OneeChanbara video game series. It had a full theatrical release in Japan and it was shown in New York at the Asian Film Festival on June 20 and June 25, 2008, under the title of Chanbara Beauty. A straight-to-DVD film entitled お姉チャンバラ THE MOVIE vortex (or OneChanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers in North America) was released in 2009.

  24. 26 Years Diary

    26 Years Diary (2007)


    26 Years Diary (Japanese: あなたを忘れない Anata wo Wasurenai; Korean: 너를 잊지 않을거야 Neoreul Ijji Nanheulgeoya; literally "I Won't Forget You") is a biopic that tells the story of Lee Su-hyon's life and death.

  25. Hinokio: Inter Galactic Love

    Hinokio: Inter Galactic Love (2005)


    Hinokio is a 2005 Japanese science fiction film directed by Takahiko Akiyama and starring Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongo and Mikako Tabe. Its tagline is "Inter Galactic Love".

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