LOST GIRLS & LOVE HOTELS MOVIE REVIEW
Alexandra Daddario is a ‘lost girl’ in Tokyo. By day she teaches English pronunciation at a flight attendant training school. By night, she drinks, she carouses, she looks for shy young Japanese men to go back to ‘love hotels’ with and have kinky sex. Then she meets Kazu, a strong and silent type but intriguing new partner, and not just because he’s apparently a Yakuza. Ok, yes, that’s probably a big part of it. Their affair is torrid (the film tells us) and she quickly begins to lose what control she had over her life. Chris, Adrian, and Jordan watched this one and they tell if their affection for staring into Daddario’s icy blue eyes won them over or if this movie should cut off a finger in shame.
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DIRECTED BY: William OIsson
STARRING: Alexandra Daddario, Takehiro Hira, Carice van Houten, Andrew Rothney, Misuzu Kanno, Yasunari Takeshima, Kate Easton, Haruka Imô, Yu Mizuhara, Mariko Tsutsui, Eri Ishida, Panta, Anastasia Nasu, Asuka Kurosawa, Luke Bridgford
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