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The Japanese exploitation distributor Pink Eiga is back in the DVD home entertainment and they’re hitting their audiences hard in the face with the overly raunchy, sensationally sleazy exploitive women in prison film “Prison Girl” starring the beautiful Asami of “The Machine Girl” and “Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead.” Pink Eiga over the last couple of years had their focus more on the Video on Demand market to satisfy the upcoming thirst for instant video pleasure and the company provided an excellent service. However, the demand sky rocketed for the distributor to release DVDs again and Prison Girl made the first cut after numerous years of DVD celibacy.
Asami plays a bored housewife named Ayaka. Her lifeless, sexless marriage leaves more guilt than anger when dreams of being an inmate at an all women prison plague her nightmares and she becomes the toy of the warden and his guards’ sexual perversions. When Ayaka reaches for outside help from a shrink, her world fantasy world and real world become intertwine. Is she really a bored housewife fantasizing about being sexually taken advantage of or is she an constantly raped inmate dreaming of being a bored housewife? This surreal look into a conflicted mind of escape is certainly interesting as well as being highly erotic.
I’ve seen my fair share of pinku eiga films and “Prison Girl” has taken a top spot as one of my favorites to date. This gem for 2008 not only stars a young and upcoming Asami, but “Prison Girl” does more than just shrink your pants. The Osaka born director Naoyuki Tomomatsu has a slew of trashy-horror that are much more weird and wacky in a cultural-sensitive Japanese style than as truly frightening art as we may see here in the States (or anywhere else for that matter). “Prison Girl” is different. Its disturbing and surely mental with Ayaka unable to differentiate between her worlds because before she can figure out what’s going on inside her head, her worlds start to collide.
the sleazy portion of the film is too great for typed words. Asami is degraded in every possible way, her holes are filled tightly accompanied by over-the-top foley effects like squishing, popping, and tearing. She’s probed, she’s double-penetrated, she’s golden showered, she’s tortured, and the list could go on and on. Asami is superfine as always and their is a natural look about her that fits her roll her as Ayaka; being a bored housewife doens’t make you a dolled up Barbie looking flawless. I want to see the dimples in Asami’s ass as those dimples, the very little imperfections in her round, kind of flat rear-end make “Prison Girl” just that more real for me.
With “Prison Girl” being a must have as Pink Eiga’s first release in 3 years, the company spares no expense in also giving out more features such as an interview with Asami herself. Catch the film in it’s entire glory now on DVD. You’ll be turned on and psychologically disturbed at the same time and you’ll like every minute of it.