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Obscene Stalker: It Holds in Darkness!
Directed by Yutaka Ikejima[1]
Produced by Yutaka Ikejima
Written by Kyōko Godai
Music by Kazumi Ōba
Cinematography Shōji Shimizu
Editing by Shōji Sakai
Distributed by Shintōhō
Released March 29, 2002
Running time 62 min.
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Obscene Stalker: It Holds in Darkness! (猥褻ストーカー 暗闇で抱いて! Waisetsu sutōkaa: Kurayami de idaite!) is a 2002 Pink film directed by Yutaka Ikejima and starring Hotaru Hazuki. It was named eighth best Pink film of the year, and Hazuki was given a Best Actress award at the Pink Taishō ceremony.[2]

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Yutaka Ikejima filmed Obscene Stalker: It Holds in Darkness! for his own production studio, Cement Match, and Shintōhō released it theatrically in Japan on March 29, 2002.[3] Max-A released the film in VHS format on its Gash label, on February 18, 2003. This video tape cover gives the film its English title, Obscene Stalker: It Holds in Darkness![4] Obscene Stalker was given a second theatrical release on August 9, 2005 under the title Chō Waisetsu Misuterii: Kurayami no Sutōkaa (超わいせつミステリー 暗闇のストーカー).[5]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "猥褻ストーカー 暗闇で抱いて!" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2010-09-21.
  2. "2002年度ベストテン" (Best Ten of 2002) (in Japanese). P*G Website. Retrieved 2010-09-21.
  3. "猥褻ストーカー 暗闇で抱いて!" (in Japanese). Japanese Cinema Database (Agency for Cultural Affairs). Retrieved 2010-09-21.
  4. "猥褻ストーカー 暗闇で抱いて! 【VHS】" (in Japanese). at www.arzon.jp. Retrieved 2010-09-21.
  5. "2005: 新版作品" at P.G. Web Site. (in Japanese). Retrieved 2010-09-21.

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