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Tsumugi (Regular Edition)

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Sora Aoi is Tsumugi, a typical Japanese teenager

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4.0 out of 5 stars Sora Soars! June 14 2011
By DVD/OCD TOP 500 REVIEWER
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Pinku genre actress Sora Aoi has the quality that the Japanese refer to as 'kawaii' (CUTE) that is manifested in a kind of fresh, youthful, naive innocence of apearence and demeanor. The Japanese schoolgirl typically epitomizes these aspects and that is the titular role that Sora plays to good effect in the PinkEiga film "TSUMUGI". Her character is a strange mix of Lolita-esque teen temptress and troubled young woman trying to come to grips with growing up and she bounces back and forth between seducing one of her (much) older school teachers and a nerdy male class mate. The 'action' in the movie is mostly provided by the Pinku 'obligatory' sex scenes and the moralistic quandry that the school teacher finds himself in as he see-saws back and forth between his guilty liaisons with the underage Tsumugi and a more proper (but less exciting) affair with another female school teacher who is trying to snare him. There are several lite weight bondage scenes, as Tsumugi enjoys being 'taken' on occasion while tied up, and an interesting sub-plot that involves a friend of the school teacher who is an aged Japanese punk rocker. In the final analysis the film doesn't really go anywhere exceptional as it wends its' way to a somewhat nihilistic conclusion - and may ultimately be considered as chiefly a vehicle to display Sora's considerable physical attributes - she IS built! -and in one brief scene appears totally nude (pubic hair & all!) a real rarity in Japanese soft core sex flix. Having seen Sora Aoi in a few movies I would say that 'Tsumugi' really suits her persona better than some of the other (more 'action' oriented) movies she has been cast in. Her other stand-out role (for me) was in the film "Man, Woman, and the Wall" - worth checking out. As with most Pinku offerings the film clocks in at a relatively short 62 min. play time,.. in Jap. w/ English subs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sora Soars! June 14 2011
By Ramm - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Pinku genre actress Sora Aoi has the quality that the Japanese refer to as 'kawaii' (CUTE) that is manifested in a kind of fresh, youthful, naive innocence of appearance and demeanor. The Japanese schoolgirl typically epitomizes these aspects and that is the titular role that Sora plays to good effect in the PinkEiga film "TSUMUGI". Her character is a strange mix of Lolita-esque teen temptress and troubled young woman trying to come to grips with growing up and she bounces back and forth between seducing one of her (much) older school teachers and a nerdy male class mate. The 'action' in the movie is mostly provided by the Pinku 'obligatory' sex scenes and the moralistic quandry that the school teacher finds himself in as he see-saws back and forth between his guilty liaisons with the underage Tsumugi and a more proper (but less exciting) affair with another female school teacher who is trying to snare him. There are several lite weight bondage scenes, as Tsumugi enjoys being 'taken' on occasion while tied up, and an interesting sub-plot that involves a friend of the school teacher who is an aged Japanese punk rocker. In the final analysis the film doesn't really go anywhere exceptional as it wends its' way to a somewhat nihilistic conclusion - and may ultimately be considered as chiefly a vehicle to display Sora's considerable physical attributes - she IS built! -and in one brief scene appears totally nude (pubic hair & all!) a real rarity in Japanese soft core sex flix. Having seen Sora Aoi in a few movies I would say that 'Tsumugi' really suits her persona better than some of the other (more 'action' oriented) films she has been cast in. Her other stand-out role, for me, was in the film "Man, Woman, and the Wall" - worth checking out. As with most Pinku offerings the film clocks in at a relatively short 62 min. play time,.. in Jap. w/ English subs.
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The lost girl May 26 2011
By Akira XXX Kurosawa - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Sora Aoi is HOT!!!!

Her performance as Tsumugi is truly amazing. Not only does she bring a youthful and truly innocent feel to the character but her acting really does bring a joyful tear to my eye.

This movie is the story of a young confused girl trying to figure out what love is. In her pursuit for the answers she seeks she is faced with her choice between a lusty and reluctant father of a teacher and a lost, uninspired student.
Every scene in this movie is dripping with mystery, who is Tsumugi? What is going on in her mind? These questions and more popped into my head while watching this film.
I found that anyone can really relate to Tsumugi as no one really knows what love is.
Additionally, I found the sound design and the music to be complete genius, each sequence was perfectly matched with a strange and almost ominous feel that truly mirrors the theme of the movie.

I highly recommend, not only for the wonderful love scenes but also for the story that will leave you rethinking your views on love and life.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very Japanese Jan. 8 2013
By Wayne J Carlson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a depressing tale of odd Japanese relationships. On the up side, Sora Aoi is very consistently displayed to advantage.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sora...wow! April 11 2011
By Doug - Published on Amazon.com
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Sora is so young looking and yet sexy and innocent that one has to be touched by this movie in several ways.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected March 22 2013
By Stephen Quon San WONG - Published on Amazon.com
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The older man (teacher) and younger girl (student) theme is an old one, but this one is sad, predictable and somewhat disillusioning. The aged punk-rock father and incestuous encounter with his "greatest-fan", his biological daughter, was totally unexpected. The whole theme was a sad reality and disheartening affair for everyone involved.
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