Rope Cosmetology Trailer

Rope Cosmetology Trailer (1978)

02 December 1978 67 mins

Kanako encounters her former ex-, Tomoe, at an exhibition of her husband's paintings. Eventually Kanako learns that Tomoe has taken lessons "to be a bitch" for the eccentric artist's BDSM interests. This idea appeals to Kanako, so she decides to learn to be a good dog too. When Kanakos husband finds out what's happening, he becomes so angry that he throws her on a local dump, but eventually he puts a leash on her and begins to appreciate his new pet.

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Naomi Tani

as Kanako Ishino

Aoi Nakajima

as Tomoe Takita

Katsu Yamada

as Eiichirō Ishino

Akira Takahashi

as Isaku Takita

Tayori Hinatsu

as Takita's assistant


Oniroku Dan

Oniroku Dan Original Story

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