CRAZED FRUIT (1956) :: Japanese ::
This film revolves around two brothers, Haruji and Natsuhisa spending their summers riding motorboats near exotic beaches. Haru crosses path with Eri, the beautiful lady and falls in love with her. His friends and his elder brother Natsuhisa teases him with her besides helping him out to impress Eri. Somehow by series of incidents, Eri also is impressed by Haru's charm and innocence. But she kept the secret that she was married to a English man. When Natsuhisa finds out about this, he establishes a love triangle by confessing that he has also fell for Eri. The drama builds when they start seeing each other betraying innocent Haru who had deeply fallen in love with Eri. After sometime, Natsuhisa decides to runaway on a boat with Eri far away from everyone else. But Haru comes finding Eri and gets to know about the betrayal they had done to him. Unable to handle the devastation, he kills both of them in the middle of the sea. Directed by Ko Nakahira, this film was a turning point for all the actors and became a classic in the love triangle films.
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