Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
An aging writer recalls the sexual escapades of a lifetime. He frequents a club where virgins entertain the elderly, impotent clientele. When two of his friends die there, he is philosophical about their demise and thinks that the club is as good a place as any to die. His nubile young daughter is ready to begin her sexual explorations at the same time her father is ending his. Trouble ensues when his daughter is raped by a potential suitor and chooses to marry another. The writer compares the changing Japan to the one he knew as a young man in this engaging drama.
girl, impotence [lack of power], purity, rape, sex, sexual-awakening, teenagers, writing