Daydream (1981) Tetsuji Takechi

Daydream (1981) 
aka Hakujitsumu
Genre: Erotic | Drama | Surreal
Country: Japan | Director: Tetsuji Takechi
Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 110mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 849x372 - 23.976fps - 1.49gb

"Daydream" is a structureless succession of bizarre and erotic set-pieces revolving around a series of fantasies in a dentist's waiting room.A young woman named Chieko begins hallucinating whilst sitting on the dentist's chair.Her hallucinations involve dental surgeon,who molests and sexually abuses the woman.She is subjected to lengthy bondage session by the dentist,then she is pursued naked by him through a shopping mall and so on.
 Daydream (1981)

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5 Response to "Daydream (1981) Tetsuji Takechi"

  1. radisnoir says:


    Bart K. says:

    Great movie.

    Can you upload also "Captured for Sex" also by Tetsuji Takechi?


    And "Captured for Sex 2": http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0223597/combined

    Do you happen to have Daydream from 1964?

    Anastacio says:

    This is the full-length but censored version. I hope you can get a good video copy of the 86 mins uncensored version. The one available has Dutch embedded subtitles and the video quality is not good.

    Arcane999 says:

    Director Tetsuji Takechi actually filmed this *same story* three times. The *uncensored* 1981 and 1987 versions (both using the same actress, the latter being called "Daydream 2") had hardcore scenes included. They are quite hard to find. [If you can ever find them for this blog, please do.]

    I recall the 1964 B&W original version as being repetitive, and therefore somewhat dull. Also not nearly as daring with the sexual element -- except possibly for 1964. It did have some good, nightmarish imagery in it though, especially for anyone apprehensive about visiting the dentist.

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