A man learns of his wife’s affair on social media… through 108 Likes
Now he’s vowing revenge by sleeping with 108 women!
A comedic giant of Japan, Suzuki Matsuo , arrives at a new Suzuki Matsuo has amassed an immensely diverse portfolio as one of Japan’s leading comedians, actors, film directors, stage directors, and novelists. “108” is his fourth feature length film but first as director, screenwriter, and lead actor. While appearing in countless Japanese movies as an actor, his directorial debut came with “Koi no Mon Otakus in Love” presented at the Venice International Film Festival in 2004. He then won Best Screenplay at the 31 st Japan Aca demy Awards for “Tokyo Tower Mom and me, and Sometimes Dad” (2007).
Miho Nakayama in her boldest role yet: an uncompromising erotic comedy!
Internationally acclaimed actress, Miho Nakahama (Shunji Iwai’s “Love Letter”), performs the role as the protagonist’s wife. Nakayama asked Suzuki to cast her in the role that has her w ielding not only a mature beauty bu t some fairly bold acting scenes.
Screenwriter Goro Kaiba (Suzuki Matsuo ) accidentally discovers that his wife Ayako (Miho Nakayama) has been pouring out her undying love for a contemporary dancer through her social network postings, supported by 108 Likes ””. Goro’s shock at this infidelity quickly morphs to out rage when he learns that she has a right to half his assets, some $100,000., if he sues for divorce. Rather than relinquish that money to her, Goro decides to spend it vengefully by sleeping with 108 women, a number equal to the “Likes” his wife received. equal to the “Likes” his wife received. But there’s a time But there’s a time limit of one month. And it’ll take all the creative resources and stamina Goro can muster to spend limit of one month. And it’ll take all the creative resources and stamina Goro can muster to spend the money and achieve his 108 target. With time rapidly running out, he finds he must turn to the money and achieve his 108 target. With time rapidly running out, he finds he must turn to more drastic measures that defy decency and more drastic measures that defy decency and imagination. imagination.