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This factor adds a lot of bizarre sequences that ends up with Sachiko, well, treating herself.
She survives, but the lodged bullet penetrates the center of her brain (via some mind-blowing but crude animation) and turns her into an intellectual genius.
Outside of those people mentioned, I can't rightly say that anyone else would find any interest in this movie.
I don't care what my friends say, this is a masterpiece. George W. Bush's finger really steals the show. Just buy this, I promise it'll make sense.Published 2 months ago by SteveJules
I first watched this as a rental. Now it must be in the collection!
If you are not into Japanese films then forget it, if you have a twisted sense of humor then don't miss... Read more
Despite having seen a few good movies like A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn, I've given up on this genre. Still, I'll never forget The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai. Read morePublished 13 months ago by T. Coonen
it is diffrent, and some how entertaining ,with lots of nudity , some of the scenes actually erotic , but it is not tipical pink the story doesn't make sense . Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by Mcabe
A long lost friend of mine called this a surrealistic Japanese art film laced with softcore erotica. She was totally correct. Read more
The GLAMOROUS LIFE of SACHIKO HANAI is a piece of Japanese `pink' cinema directed by Meike Mitsuru (Bitter Sweet). Read morePublished on July 16, 2008 by Woopak
This is basically a porno with a plot. The story is very similar to what a book by Kinky Friedman (Kill Two Birds & Get Stoned: A Novel, which has a somewhat related premise) would... Read morePublished on February 15, 2008 by Morrigan Alexandros
In general I dont like Japanese movies but I try them anyway as
Japanese art is one of the best and,finally,its something. Read more
The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai is, without a doubt, the weirdest movie I have ever seen in my life. Read morePublished on July 11, 2007 by Daniel Jolley