Hisayasu Sato

  • Hisayasu Satô – Boko climax! AKA Rape Climax (1987)

    Hisayasu Sato1981-1990EroticaJapan
    Boko climax! (1987)
    Boko climax! (1987)

    Synopsis: Director Hisayasu Sato helmed this peculiar tale about a woman known as Locker Baby because she was left in a bus station locker as an infant. Locker Baby is raped by a man clad in black leather, traumatizing her still further, and driving her to sensory-deprivation therapy. Unfortunately, she is raped during the course of the therapy and becomes pregnant, leading to a denouement which any reader of the Hot Blood or Borderlands series will see coming a mile away Robert Firsching).Read More »

  • Hisayasu Satô – Supesharu ressun: Hentai sei-kyôiku AKA The Gods Have a Nervous Breakdown (1990)

    1981-1990AsianEroticaHisayasu SatoJapan
    Supesharu ressun Hentai sei kyôiku (1990)
    Supesharu ressun Hentai sei kyôiku (1990)

    Lesbian-themed tale of a schoolgirl who entices her gullible (not to mention slightly warped) female teacher by positing that they are predestined to dance together on the day the world ends. The screenplay was titled “The Gods Have a Nervous Breakdown,” which should give some idea of the symbiotic descent into psychosexual dementia that ensues. Rei Takaki co-stars with Shoichiro Sakata and Asako Shirakawa.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Satô – Rezubian reipu: Amai mitsujû AKA Lesbian Rape: Sweet Honey Juice (1991)

    Hisayasu Sato1991-2000AsianEroticaJapan
    Rezubian reipu Amai mitsujû (1991)
    Rezubian reipu Amai mitsujû (1991)

    A mentally unbalanced lab technician who works at a university develops a lesbian crush on her new assistant. The lab tech is also obsessed with becoming a parent and so hires a man to rape and impregnate her young girlfriend. She then plans to kill the man when it comes to collect his reward.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Satô – Yume de aimasho AKA Wonderland (1996)

    Hisayasu Sato1991-2000EroticaJapan
    Yume de aimasho (1996)
    Yume de aimasho (1996)

    A family begins to change when they move to a town that was once complete forest.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Sato – Rafureshia AKA Sukebe-zuma: otto no rusu ni (1995)

    Hisayasu Sato1991-2000ComedyDramaJapan

    From The Director Of Survey Map Ofia Paradise Lost And Love-Zero=Infinity

    Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, the sledgehammer style of Hisayasu Sato helped redefine Japanese erotic cinema with carefully constructed characters that would walk the fine line between decadence and innocence. Known for his guerrilla techniques, using a style born out of constricted budgets, Sato’s raw camerawork accurately depicts the reality of modern life.

    Rafureshia, or as it is also known, Wife in Heat: While Husband Is Away, is the darkly humorous story of three very different women and their search through their sexuality into the freedom that lies beyond it.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Satô – Kurutta Butokai AKA Muscle (1989)

    1981-1990AsianEroticaHisayasu SatoJapanQueer Cinema(s)

    Hisayasu Sato, known as one of the Four Heavenly Kings of Pinku Eiga, has been known from being one of the most complex and versatile filmmakers to come out of pink films and one of the few to shoot both straight and gay films. This one, probably his best known work along with Splatter: Naked Blood, is a sophisticated, dark, brooding erotic film that’s also a big tribute to Pasolini.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Satô – Lolita vib-zeme AKA Lolita Vibrator Torture (1987)

    1981-1990ExploitationHisayasu SatoHorrorJapan

    A perverted social outcast lures young sailor-suited virgins to the back of his truck where he torments and murders them before disposing of their corpses in an acid bath. With one, however, he meets his match. Doing for the vibrator what Tobe Hooper did for the chainsaw, this particularly disturbing portrayal of borderline pubescent girls far more knowing than their adult male counterparts is arguably one of the most unpleasant Sadean sex fantasies ever to hit the big screen.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Sato – Shisenjiyou no Aria aka The Bedroom (1992)

    1991-2000AsianEroticaHisayasu SatoJapan


    Hisayasu Sato’s THE BEDROOM is a bold, yet flawed film which manages to create an utter sense of depersonalization and loneliness, while still telling a great story. The visuals are great; blue and red light coat the bodies of the comatose girls of The Sleeping Room while giant TVs with constant static decorate the background. Sato’s spare use of music also helps to create tension in the film; the soundtrack features immense buildup that never actually climax, keeping the viewer aurally on edge. Despite the fact that the film may seem confusing at first, if the viewer is willing to actively watch the film and engage with the way Sato is telling his story, the viewer will be rewarded at the end.Read More »

  • Hisayasu Sato – Hitozuma korekutâ aka Wife Collector (1985)

    1981-1990AsianExploitationHisayasu SatoJapan


    Cult “pink” director Hisayasu Sato’s films typically focus on unusual relationships among the alienated dregs of urban society, and this one is no exception, as a taxi driver who rapes women runs into a former victim and begins a decidedly peculiar affair. Minako Ogawa, Naoko Takeda, and the omnipresent Katsumi Ohtaki co-star in yet another of Sato’s downbeat dispatches from the urban underbelly, co-written with Shiro Yumeno under the title “Decaying Town,” which would be a good title for most of the director’s works. ~ Robert Firsching, All Movie GuideRead More »

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