Milk The Maid

Mototsugu Watanabe, 2013, 60 mins

Milk the Maid is not, despite its mischievous title, a ‘Pink’ film centred on a lactating maid, but rather a Pink film centred on a maid called Milk.

Directed by Mototsugu Watanabe (Whore Angels, The Succulent Succubus) and starring the curvaceous adult actress Tia AKA Tia Bejean (The Superbody Investigators, Violated Cabin Attendant, Tia is my Girlfriend). Milk is a funny and erotic example of Pink Cinema at its best.

Here, a woman meets the strange and childlike Tia at a temple and brings her home to serve her husband and troubled family as a maid. When she first arrives the family think that Milk is insane as she dresses like a lunatic, eats raw fish and claims to be a ‘baby angel’ who needs to perform some good deeds before she can get her wings, which, this being a Pink film, involves lots of naked flesh and sex that soon begins to heal the families wounds.

“a nice comedic gem with a lot of heart to it” – Asian Movie Pulse

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