Yes we failed to get Miyabi (Maria Ozawa) over.
But we haven’t failed this time!
So say hello to Rin Sakuragi!!
Can’t believe what you are seeing? Well, astonishing it is true. Because the legendary Japanese AV industry star – who is noted for her steaming hot performances in such film classics as Golden Pavilion Temple 2 and the Uniform Connection Special – is staring in the new Maxima Pictures movie, Suster Keramas!
In her heyday, Rin Sakuragi truly was the performer to beat. According to one article written in 1992, Rin Sakuragi could command fees of 3 million yen (more than $20,000) per video while other top AV starlets could only make around 1.5 to 2 million yen (about $10,000 to $15,000).
The Suster Keramas film is slated for a sensational opening night on the last night of the year, 31 December 2009, but I’m not sure there won’t be protests against this film once the more conservative elements in Indonesian society realize that a Japanese prawn star is taking the country by storm.
Anyway, to whet your appetite as it were, is a trailer for the new movie. Enjoy!
But time has moved on and the lovely Sharen now appears to be discarded.
Not that she didn’t cut it, I reckon, but perhaps because she simply aroused too much interest! Hahaha!
And that can’t have been good for public safety as the ads were often posted up on huge billboards in Jakarta:
Watch out! You’re gonna hit something if you don’t look were you’re driving!
In the new ads, the T shirts worn by the gaggle of XL girls are noticeably less tight than the one worn by Sharen.
And they also don’t charge by the second but instead offer their services for free!
And that’s got to be good news.
For road safety at least!
And the picture of the insatiable Dewi Perssik on the lawn, giving us all a wry smile while she keeps one hand firmly on a spurting hosepipe?!!
Well, it doesn’t get any more suggestive than that. Or does it? I mean there are, of course, many other suggestive images that the tired and lazy movie makers could come up with, but even they would not stoop to even lower depths than a spurting hosepipe.
Er, would they?
XXL Double Extra Large is the imaginatively titled sequel to XL. Despite its crassness, the film actually deals with fairly controversial subject matter and has the sultry Mei Chan (Melati) as the film’s main attraction.