Film Citation

TITLE
Etsuraku (The pleasures of the flesh)

DIRECTOR
Oshima, Nagisa

COUNTRY OF PROD.
Japan

YEAR
1965

LANGUAGE
Japanese

PRODUCTION CO.
Sozosha

GENRES
Drama
Crime
Feature

SUBJECTS
Man-woman relationships -- Japan -- Drama
Prostitutes -- Japan -- Drama
Extortion -- Japan -- Drama
Young men -- Japan -- Attitudes -- Drama
Young men -- Japan -- Sexual behavior -- Drama
Money -- Japan -- Drama
Wealth -- Psychological aspects -- Japan -- Drama

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  3. Nagisa Oshima: Death by hanging, Pleasures of the flesh, In the realm of the senses - Leigh, Susan D. - Pacific Film Archive - 1983 Nov 02 - 11 pages - - manuscript
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