IT FEELS SO GOOD Review: One way ticket to a lost in time volcano of passion
Naoko (Kumi Takiuchi) comes back to her hometown to
Prepare her wedding to a Self-Defense forces officer, but once there, she meets again with Kenji (Tasuku Emoto), her first love from the past to whom she has invited to her upcoming wedding, and to whom she propose to a have a last one night stand before she becomes someone else’s wife. However, the flames of the lust they once shared are still burning vividly, turning their affair into a torrid passionate sexual affair that engulf them, making them realize that they were born to love each other.
Based on a novel by Kazufumi Shiraishi, this erotic drama is a torrid portrayal of a couple lost in time united again by the fervid clutches of lust, using their new time together to recover the wasting time as a one way ticket into the nostalgic capsule of time, going again through every nook and cranny of those bodies with they learned to love and they still haven’t forgotten.
Japanese Director Haruhiko Arai, takes the audience through a journey of love, lost and passion, filled with explicit and torrid sex scenes, in which the performers achieve an incredible level of intensity, showing the love, the pain and the anger that their characters are hiding under their surface. The story disguised as a passion tale, it really hides underneath a love story frozen in time that erupts as a sleepy volcano, that destroys with its lava everything that gets in its way.
The final destination for the characters of a trip to reconciliation with whom they once were and who they really are, in a world that is about to erupt in a volcano provoked by the fire of their endless passion.
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