Wrongs through Penetration" says vigilante RapeMan.
This is the sequel to the notorious Rapeman movie
HERE FOR THE FIRST RAPEMAN (1)
director: Takao Nagaishi
starring: Hiroyuki Okita · Sakae Umezu · Atsuko Takano
· Miyuki Tanigawa · Sayaka Tsuruta · Masami Tokosuka
could be written about the social ramifications of such a film and whether
rape should be tolerated as a suitable theme for a lampoon. While it's
true that there is nothing funny about sexual assault, there's nothing
funny about murder either. Yet, it's treated humorously in an untold
number of comedies.
premise is simple. Righting wrongs through penetration. Uncle
Shotoku and nephew Keisuke run an underground business known as Rapeman
Services. Clients come to them with tales of humiliation or mistreatment
at the hands of a female. If the case warrants it and the heroes accept
the assignment, they correct the injustice through a well orchestrated
rape (performed by a hockey-masked Keisuke). "When the law is powerless,
we will punish the guilty," says Rapeman in the beginning of this
movie. Of course, they also accept money for this service. The funds
are used to help finance the Sunflower Orphanage where Keisuke spent
his youth. Click here for RAPEMAN
this film deals with a variety of Revenge Rapes from the assault of
a woman who fails to show up for her wedding (because she's discovered
the financial rewards of a sugar-daddy) to an attack against a head
nurse and doctor for their involvement in body-parts trafficking.
character actor Sakae Umezu brings experience and dignity to the role
of Uncle, arguably an inelegant under-taking. But Hiroyuki Okita - a
former teen-idol pop singer - shines as the perfect Clark Kent choice
for the Rapeman role, mild-mannered school teacher by day, vigilante
rapists by night. The series came to an abrupt end with his death in
the spring of '99 after eight hit installments.