Swastika Trailer

Swastika Trailer (1983)

12 February 1983 95 mins

A married kleptomaniac (Sonoko) and a younger woman (Mitsuko) begin an unusual love affair which develops fast into a kinky sexual love triangle when Sonoko's husband gets involved. Manji is a tragic tale involving lesbianism, confused religous values, a love quadrangle, suicide pacts. It is told in a retrospective confessional style narration by Sonoko Kakiuchi, a bored "leisure class" house wife.

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Cast

Yoshio Harada

as Takeshi Kakeuchi

Kanako Higuchi

as Mitsuko Shido

Haruna Takase

as Sonoko (Nechan)

International Titles

卍 まんじ Trailer

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