Japanese pornographic film studios: OP Eiga, Million Film, Soft On Demand, V&R Planning, Moodyz, Attackers, Atlas21, Japan Home Video

 
9781155836249: Japanese pornographic film studios: OP Eiga, Million Film, Soft On Demand, V&R Planning, Moodyz, Attackers, Atlas21, Japan Home Video
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: OP Eiga, Million Film, Soft On Demand, V&R Planning, Moodyz, Attackers, Atlas21, Japan Home Video, Kuki Inc., Media Station, Dogma, KM Produce, S1 No. 1 Style, Hokuto Corporation, Cross, Crystal-Eizou, Waap Entertainment, Max-A, IdeaPocket, H.m.p., Glory Quest, Try-Heart Corporation, Alice Japan, Real Works, Madonna, Maxing, Athena Eizou, Total Media Agency, Wanz Factory, CineMagic Co., Das, Shuttle Japan. Excerpt: OP Eiga ), also known as Ōkura Eiga ) is the largest and one of the oldest independent Japanese studios which produce and distribute pink films. Along with Shintōhō, Kantō, Million Film, and Kōji Wakamatsu's production studio, Ōkura was one of the most influential studios on the pink film genre. Among the many notable pink films released by the studio are Satoru Kobayashi's Flesh Market (1962), the first film in the pink film genre. Mitsuru Ōkura was the president of the major film studio, Shintōhō, from 1955 until the studio's bankruptcy in May 1961. In keeping with his carnival barker roots, Ōkura had moved Shintōhō into exploitation film genres during his time at the studio. Among the genres in which the studio specialized under Ōkura were horror, science-fiction, war, crime and sex films. The same year of Shintōhō's demise, Ōkura founded the Ōkura Eiga studio. Ōkura established his new studio by setting up production in Shintōhō's facilities in Setagaya, Tokyo which he had purchased with his own company. Shintōhō employee Kouichi Gotō bought the studio's Kansai studio as well as the use of the studio name to start the second Shintōhō, which is, as of 2010, currently active. After Ōkura, this new Shintōhō is currently the second largest pink film studio. The early titles produced at Ōkura Eiga indicate that the films from Ōkura's new studio continued the themes pioneered at Shintōhō. Director Satoru Ko...

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