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Ryuichi Hirokim's Vibrator (2003)


Naturally, only a pervert like me would choose to watch a movie called Vibrator. I must admit, most people would only decide to watch this film for it’s attractive title in hopes of possibly seeing some female action. But surprisingly, Vibrator (2003) is one of the most endearing films about the exploration of female sexuality and self-discovery I've seen in recent memory. The film opens with Rei (Shinobu Terjima), a lonely 30-something freelance writer who is shopping at a convenient store when her train of life contemplating thoughts gets halted when she locks eyes with Takatoshi, a truck driver (Nao Omori) with sun-kissed blonde hair. Together they embark on a journey of her sexual self-discovery and human relationships. Based on the novel by Mari Akasaka of the same name, Ryuichi Hirokim, a pink filmmaker, directs this critically acclaimed road movie about two stranger with dark pasts who bond for the moment. 

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