A Woman Called Sada Abe (実録阿部定, Jitsuroku Abe Sada) aka Sada Abe: A Docu-Drama (1975) is a Roman porno version of the Sada Abe story directed by Noboru Tanaka.
It is based on the true story of a woman who strangled her lover during a love-making session, then severed his penis, which she carried with her until her arrest. The story became a national sensation in Japan in 1936, developing mythic overtones, and has since been interpreted by artists, philosophers, novelists and filmmakers.
Over a black screen, Sada Abe (Junko Miyashita) tells some of the aliases she had used in her past. The opening concludes when the words "Kichi Sada 2" appear on the screen, followed by a newspaper headline, "Document: Sada Abe," which is the Japanese title of the film. The lovers, Sada and Kichi (Hideaki Esumi) are then shown together, with Kichi predicting that he will die if their love-making continues.
Soldiers pass the couple as they enter an inn, placing the story in the context of Japan's...