On a rainy day, a woman's dead body is found in an apartment. Female detective Kazuko is in charge of the case. Although Kazuko has a happy life with her family, she can't disconnect her relationship with her lover. While trying to unravel the mysterious murder case, Kazuko finds out the secret of university assistant professor Mitsuko and Izumi who is a devoted housewife. Her husband is a popular novelist.Add Synopsis In Portuguese
Only marginally, the story of police officer Kazuko continues and only in the final chapter finds the time after playing criminal history and the story of Izumi and his teacher Mitsuko together. Driven by the nymphomaniac Mitsuko, Izumi's journey of self-discovery becomes a bizarre and perverted odyssey. According to the literature professor, words only become meaningful when they become physically tangible - which in turn can only be achieved through an outbreak of sexual and moral conventions. The pursuit of the self is always also the overcoming of romantic images and the unleashing of aggressive sexuality. Kafka's unfinished novel, "The Castle," becomes a symbol of the protagonist's incessant quest in Sono's "Guilty of Romance," which Sion Sono uses to create a feminine design that should provide some fireworks - but above all an intense and open cinema.