Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Best known for his award-winning Burmese Harp, Yasuzo Masumara is one of three men who shared directing honors in this three-part tale. The first story concerns an attractive young woman who works in a Tokyo nightclub. Her plan for a solid financial future has a double whammy. She is investing in a company on the one hand, and on the other, taking action to snare the son of the company's owner in matrimonial bliss. In the second story, a beautiful young woman is employed by an unscrupulous real estate agent to convince male clients to invest in worthless property. A scrub in the tub usually does the trick. The last story is about a widowed geisha who has no real financial worries and when she falls in love with a forger, she opts to wait for him after he is sent to prison, rather than follow societal or family dictates.
business, con/scam, geisha, nightclub, real-estate-agent, widow/widower, unconventional