Directed by: Hidekazu Takahara
Actors: Sora Aoi, Satoshi Kobayashi, Takashi Naha
Language: Japanese (English Subs)
Also known as: Sora Aoi is Tsumugi, Seifuku bisyojo sensei atashi wo daite
Tsumugi, a female with a crush on the instructor, discovers that the teacher is having an affair with another instructor. Problems ensue after Tsumugi manages to bring in her teacher, but after that begins falling for a fellow student. Tsumugi was in fact called 4th best pink movie launch for 2004 at the “Pink Academy Awards”, the Pink Grand Prix. AV idol Sora Aoi ended up being additionally given a “Best New Actress” Award at the ceremony for the woman general overall performance in this particular movie.
Director Hidekazu Takahara, has managed to weave a really coming in contact with, nevertheless erotic story in small less than 62 minutes that is instead a feat, handling as well to make you care really a lot for the figures included particularly Tsumugi as Sora Aoi, who while being bewitchingly pretty additionally does an outstanding task within the performing stakes and, not surprisingly offered her AV history, very well in the much more racy scenes.
The movie we feel is seeking to show us that we all need to develop up at some point and deal with the effects that life tosses at us and this could be all too obvious for Katagiri along with his punk rock chum as we go towards the conclusion! Tsumugi by herself is within a quandary that’s solved in an astonishing way in the film’s finale, as she actually is perhaps liked also a good deal by Katagiri and too small by Kosuke, so what’s she to-do? In general an outstanding small entry into the Pink Eiga style, and although supervisor Takahara veered away from the main tale because of the punk rocker subplot, the awards for the film and Sora Aoi are well deserved.
Definitely one of Pink Eiga’s best releases therefore much, Tsumugi hits the right balance of story, empathy and eroticism.