Loose Women
Loose Women
Theatrical poster to Loose Women
Directed by Jirō Matsubara[1]
Produced by Shintarō Kishi
Written by Dan Oniroku
Music by 長島央幸
Cinematography Tomoji Asano
Editing by Fumio Miyata
Distributed by Ōkura Eiga
Released May 1, 1967
Running time 76 min.
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Loose Women (無軌道女性 Mukidō josei) is a 1967 Pink film directed by Jirō Matsubara. Matsubara filmed Loose Women for Yamabe Pro, and Ōkura Eiga released it on May 1, 1967.


A young couple of newlyweds from the countryside come to Tokyo seeking to start their new life together. Instead they encounter gangsters and the wife is raped.[2][3][4]


Critical evaluationEdit

In their Japanese Cinema Encyclopedia: The Sex Films, Thomas and Yuko Mihara Weisser judge the film "Grim and depressing cinema." They write that the film is not sure whether it wants to be a Pink film or a yakuza film, shifting unsatisfactorily between the two genres. The most notable aspect of the film is that it gave Pink film star Miki Hayashi her on-screen debut, brief though it is.[3]



  1. 1.0 1.1 "無軌道女性" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2010-09-27.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Cowie, Peter (editor) (1977). World Filmography 1967. London: Tantivy Press. pp. 384-385. ISBN 0-498015-65-3.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Weisser, Thomas; and Yuko Mihara Weisser (1998). Japanese Cinema Encyclopedia: The Sex Films. Miami: Vital Books : Asian Cult Cinema Publications. p. 246. ISBN 1-889288-52-7.
  4. Fentone, Steve (1998). "A Rip of the Flesh: The Japanese 'Pink Film' Cycle" in She, vol. 2, #11, p. 30.

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