By 1980, the once formidable Nikkatsu studio was desperate for a female pinku eiga star who could fill the void left by Naomi Tani when she retired in 1979. They found their new icon in Maiko Kazama, whose debut in Tanshin Funin: Niizuma No Himitsu (1980) was so striking that the studio quickly developed a series for her, starting with this amusing effort directed by Shogoro Nishimura. Kazama's appeal lies in her toughness rather than her looks, and she soon became known to fans as "Horobosu" ("she who devours") for her man-eating reputation. In this film, she is pitted against a wicked lesbian talent agent (Asami Ogawa) who makes the mistake of trying to place Horobosu on the same casting couch she uses to take advantage of less calculating young starlets. Kazama returned as different femmes fatale in three more films in the series, starting with Nokezoru Onna the same year.
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