Gimme Shelter (1986) - full transcript

The mother does half-nude aerobics until her son rapes her, and the daughter falls into bed with a female teacher. Despite the shocking goings-on, the film is much more in keeping with Sato's usual themes of alienation and corrupted innocence than its brutal predecessor.

A Million Films Presentation

Exciting Eros: Hot Skin
aka 'Gimme Shelter'

- Very well, let's begin.
- Yes.

What's with Eiji?

I just went to call him a little while ago,
but the door was locked.

He's being such a pain when
it's his own birthday.

It's my birthday too.

Lately that boy just shuts himself away in his room
right after coming home from school.

- Shall I go call him?
- Forget him. Just leave him alone.

- He'll come show his face later.
- You're right. Then let's toast.

Father, before that...


Happy Birthay
Eiji & Kiriko

Happy birthday!

Now let's toast.


- A top-up, father?
- Thanks.

- Seventeen years? It seems a long time,
but it was short. - Yes.

I was shocked when you were born
in the rice paddy,

but you caused your mother
a lot of hardships as well.

But thanks to that, we were able to have this
wonderful family, so we can't complain anymore.

Hey, Kiriko -
are you having fun?

- Good. I'm happy for you!
- Me too.

Oh, that's right.


W-wait a minute.

Kiriko, look this way.

Yes! "Cheese"!

No! No, not there.

I'm cumming! I'm cumming!

- Good morning.
- Good morning.

- Is Eiji still sleeping?
- Seems like he is.

Do you suppose he might be ill?

Beats me.

I wonder if something happened at school...

Kiriko, you're in the same class,
so don't you know anything?

I don't think anything happened.

He's such a pain in the ass.

I read it in some book, but it said it seems that
this is something that often happens to boys of his age,

- like the measles.
- Is that so?

Maybe it's better not to worry so much.

Oh, it's already this hour?

I think I'm going to be late tonight.

But you just got back from the
last business trip!

I can't help it. It's my job.

Okay, I'm off.

Take care...

It was delicious.
I'll be back later.

Have fun.

Eiji, are you awake?

Dinner is ready, so come and eat.

Good job working late everyday.

Let's work hard all day today, too.

My father was that kind of guy
until he made a family.

Shoji, read from the second line of
page 114 in your textbook.


"Drugs for treating neurosis include hypnotics, tranquilizers,
analgesics, and hallucinogenics.

"Most of these affect the synapses
of the nervous system.

"A synapse is the part where the
tip of a nerve fiber,

"called the axonal process,
connects with another nerve fiber.

"A single nerve fiber is connected with
over 25,000 axonal fibers.

"Impulse transmissions are received
from there.

"In the same way as other
biological processes,

"the operation of the impulse transmission system is
partly electrical and partly chemical.

"A certain stimulus excites a cell.
A certain other one inhibits it.

"The drugs strengthen and weaken
both stimuli..."

Do it... Do it more.

Do you love me?

but I really hate kids like you!



Six years since then,
a part I couldn't remember...

...came down with a strange disease...

...with a name something like...


And then the dog died.

The cat died.

I died too.

I want to see my parents' faces.
I want to see my parents' faces.

I'm home!

Hey, how about for 200,000?

Come on. It's fine, right?
It's fine, right?

- Officer...
- What is it?

That guy's doing gross things.

Hey, you - hold it right there!

Hey, what's the matter?

Hey, wait!

Hey, hey, wait!

Hey, hey, wait!

Hey, hey, please don't get too close.

So then, you were driving?

# A soap bubble flew. #

# It flew all the way up to the roof. #

# It flew all the way up to the roof, #

# burst... and disappeared. #

# Wind... wind, don't blow. #

# The soap bubble's gonna be sent flying. #

# A soap bubble flew. #

# It flew all the way up to the roof... #

A Shishi Production

Planning: Ryu Inou
Screenplay: Taketoshi Watari

Director of Photography: Toshihiko Uryu
Lighting: Satoru Ishigaki

Music: Kizu Hayakawa

Still Photographer: Ichiro Tsuda
Film Developer: Toei Chemistry

Assistant Director: Takuaki Higuchi


Mamiko Hiboshi as "Kiriko"

Ran Minagami as "Mother"
Kiyomi Ito

Takanobu Yamamoto
Kaya Shigeru

Shu Minagawa as "Father"

Directed by Hisayasu Sato

The End