A girl (Isabelle Illiers) loves an older man (Klaus Kinski). He demands that she goes in a brothel, as evidence that she loves him. From the director of Emperor Tomato Ketchup, Fruits of Passion is based on the novel by Dominique Aury.
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Imagine both Oshima & Borowczyk working together after their notorious years at Argo Films and still there again - frankly this film would be the answer (without the extreme). It's a beautifully, melancholic, surreal, & erotic work of art from the unique Terayama and also one not to be overlooked. Everything looked pretty surreal in its production design and dreams/flashbacks, let me tell you that.