Tokyo Film Festival: The Lowlife, review: ‘more genuinely boundary-pushing than Nymphomaniac’

And then there’s Ayano (Kokone Sasaki), a young newcomer to Tokyo who falls into the business after sleeping with a talent scout – “Men are tired of watching pretty girls who all look the same,” he tells her, as a compliment – only to find she …
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