Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice (1972)
Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice (1972) is a Japanese samurai film directed by Kenji Misumi. The movie follows the story of Hanzo Itami, a police detective in Edo period Japan, who uses unorthodox methods to solve cases. One of the most memorable aspects of the film is its depiction of sexual moments.
The movie features several scenes of nudity and sexual content. In one scene, Hanzo is seen in a bathhouse with a group of women, and the camera lingers on their nude bodies. In another scene, Hanzo is seen in a brothel, where he is surrounded by scantily clad women. The movie also features a scene in which Hanzo is seen in bed with a woman, and the camera pans to her bare back.
The sexual moments in the movie are not gratuitous, but rather serve to further the story and develop the characters. For example, the scene in the bathhouse serves to show Hanzo's relaxed attitude towards women, and the scene in the brothel serves to show his willingness to use unconventional methods to solve cases.
Overall, Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice is a classic samurai film that features several memorable sexual moments. The scenes are not gratuitous, but rather serve to further the story and develop the characters.
The main character is said to have a large penis. It is talked about a few times and once he is shown in underwear with a large erection. He also uses his penis as a torturing device to make women confess and give up information. To train his penis, he tortures his penis by beating it with a wooden club and puts his erection into a basket with salt. He is shown beating his penis once, but the penis is blurry.
On two occasions, with different women, he essentially rapes the woman until eventually they want him to continue having sex with them, and then they give up information. In both occasions, the woman's breasts and butt are visible.