Title: Female Teacher: In Front of the Students

Also known as:
Onna kyôshi: Seito no me no maede (Original title)
Female Teacher 10 (Alternative title)

Year: 1982

Genre: Sexploitation / Drama

Language: Japanese

Runtime: 69 min

Director: Yasuaki Uegaki

Writer: Masayasu Daikuhara

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0226259/

Female teacher Reiko is staying late at school and is taking a shower in the teacher's locker room when a masked man storms in and rapes her. When he leaves, she finds a piece of a puzzle, and she is set to find out who the rapist is. But she also finds out that he isn't the only one who wants to rape and abuse her.

Our thoughts:
From the director of "Rapewoman: Dirty Sunday" (I haven't seen it, but seems appropriate to mention it) comes a movie about... rape! In true Nikkatsu fashion we're treated to a movie that doesn't just feature rape, but multiple times over. And a woman who starts to enjoy it. Yes, it's not politically correct in any way, but... who the fuck cares? It's movies that are tailor-suited for stuck-up business men to get their kicks off, to bring them the ultimate fantasy in decadence: if you rape a girl, she will finally enjoy it and you will get her!

"Female Teacher: In Front of the Students" is about a female teacher. In one scene she is raped in front of several of her students. There's all you need to know about the title. However, it's not a terrible movie. It's about a female teacher who is raped when taking a shower at school after having been working late. The rapist drops a piece of a puzzle, and she finds it. After this incident, she starts having fantasies about the rapist, and then decides to look for him. When she tries to find out who this masked rapist is she soon finds herself kidnapped by a guy and a girl from her class. Obviously, she's being used for sex yet again. It doesn't take long before this continuous raping starts to arouse her, and she's soon in on it. When she is finally let go, she still has a rapist to find!

Okay, it's not the most exciting plot, but it does what it has been told. It's just one tiny step above being boring sexploitation and that step is all we need. It has some moments that border on rough, but most scenes are easy going and with little struggle. Our lead woman is quite a looker, so we're not complaining even when she's cuffed (nude). It doesn't matter whether the real rapist is revealed or not. He is revealed by the end, but the mystery died out sometime midway, and we're more interested in Reiko's new self. I'm not spoiling much when I say that by the end of the movie she meets her rapist and happily has sex with him, only to become a new, stronger woman. Yes, any woman reading this, if you get raped enough you will become a very strong and respected woman!

I can't complain about "Female Teacher: In Front of the Students". It's entertaining and works as sexploitation. The plot is never too distant or too present, it's just there to guide us further. Reiko is a great looking woman, and we easily care about her even though she doesn't seem to hate being raped. You can't ask for much more from a movie strictly about rape, rape and rape.

Positive things:
- Reiko looks good and is very likable.
- It balances well on its thin plot.
- Nothing to get emotionally invested in, but still has a few scenes that come off as rough.
Negative things:
- The mystery of the rapist is long forgotten about halfway through.

Gore: 0/5
Nudity: 3/5
Story: 2/5
Effects: 0/5
Comedy: 1/5

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