"My Hero, Chihiro," comes from famed Pink director Mototsugu Watanabe, known for his ridiculous but hilarious comedies (see The Succulent Succubus, Milk the Maid, and Whore Angels, just to name a few). Chihiro is a lonely housewife, looking for some way to spice up her life. Well, as they say, be careful what you wish for! Soon she gets involved with God, who takes the form of a cute and petite girl, as well as the Devil, who tries to steal her soul in exchange for what she wants: to become Japan's biggest idol!
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Chihiro is a bored, unhappy housewife, who is slowly realizing that her life is completely planned out right to the minute. After her husband Toru leaves for work one day, an old co-worker visits Chihiro at home, confessing his love for her and they sleep together. Chihiro is racked with guilt, but admits that it was her boredom that drove her into the arms of another man, and that she wishes that life would simply disappear. Suddenly, God arrives in the form of a cute petite girl in a blue dress. She tells Chihiro that she heard what she said, and that she will make Japan disappear unless she completes this one task: becoming the country's top idol! Unsure but determined, Chihiro sets out to train and audition to become Japan's newest housewife idol. Facing some tough challenges, including an encounter with the Devil, Chihiro discovers along her journey what is truly important in her life. This film also features never-before-seen footage of the Devil and God getting down and freaky.
Director: Mototsugu Watanabe (director of many Pink Eiga off-the-wall comedies such as "Sexy Battle Girls" , "Milk the Maid" and "Whore Angels" - just to name a few)
Starring: Rin Sakuragi, Karin Itsuki, Shinobu Igarashi, Tomohiro Okada, Keichan, Astushi Tsuda, and Mari Yamaguchi.