The kooky quaintness of '60s sexploitation has long lost it appeal to me, but I'll still stream a Joseph W. Sarno film if no other option stands out. What can I say? I love the women's fashion and the photography is always surprisingly good for the genre. Unfortunately, this one is a slog. I already find the sex scenes of most of these films to be tedious, but the writing here is exceptionally bad, to the point where there is no humor to be found, and none the cast appears to be having much fun.
Clocking in at only 70 minutes and yet this may be Zhang Lu's most crucial work. In the very least, it functions something as a mission statement.
Added to the list: letterboxd.com/jaschrecker/list/south-korean-no-wave/