Circuit of Sorrow (1972) Tôru Murakawa

Circuit of Sorrow (1972)
aka Love and Death at Fuji Speedway
aka Aishu no circuit
Genre: Pinku | Drama | Erotic
Country: Japan | Director: Tôru Murakawa
Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 80mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 853x350 - 23.976fps - 974mb

A race car driver and a pop singer, both successful at what they do but equally unfulfilled by it all, meet and eventually begin a romance. Chased by tabloids, they attempt to use love as the vehicle to outrace their own self-destructive impulses and escape tragedy.

The movie was inspired by real life test driver Yukio Fukuzawa, who on 12 February 1969 lost control of his Toyota 7 at Fuji Speedway near Nakahinata, Japan and fatally smashed into a signpost. In the movie Kei Kiyama’s pop singer character meets Tôru Minegishi’s doomed racer when he happens along as she’s throwing her own records into the sea. From there things get even cheerier.
 Circuit of Sorrow (1972) 

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