Drown in Sorrow

A romantic detox featuring three of pink cinema’s darkest tales of love, loss, and twisted emotions…

Dependence – Yûji Tajiri, 2006, 64 mins

A drama about betrayal and the illogical nature of love and happiness. Fantastic chemistry between the two leads and sensitive story telling makes an extreme and bleak situation quite tender, human, and real.

“it is great to see a filmmaker able to focus on the core selling point of the genre – the erotic scenes.” – Asianmoviepulse.com

Fall into the Blue – Toshiro Enomoto, 2006, 64 mins

Yasuko and Shizuka, friends and coworkers, come to be so much more after a terrible incident involving Shizuka’s boyfriend, his domestic violence against her, and the subsequent lifeless body on the floor. The friends must decide what to do about the ex-boyfriend, as well as their complicated relationship.

“manages to pack a bit of an emotional punch, while creating strong characters” – asianmoviepulse.com

A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn – Daisuke Gotô, 2003, 61 mins

A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn follows a young widow, Noriko, living with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm. He believes his favourite cow, recently deceased, is still alive. Noriko pretends to be the cow and lets him milk her – a satisfying arrangement for them both. Shukichi’s daughter discovers their bizarre relationship and tries to put an end to it…

“Memorable and a welcomed acquisition to any fan of Japanese exploitation film.” – Asian Movie Pulse

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