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Kaguya is a sexy spirit who wafts down from her home near the moon to solve sexual problems. Aided by cheeky goblin-cum-butler Pipi, she saves humanity from disaster by spreading the gospel of sexual freedom-as long as it's the freedom of men to have sex with whomever they choose, as long as they "really love" her. In the first story, schoolboy Mamoru lusts after arrogant Ikuko, who has no time for him since she has been corrupted by her lesbian teacher. Miss Manami, for her part, lusts after hunky local doctor Okabe, deciding to kill Ikuko so she can run off with him. Kaguya doesn't save the girl, but she does show Manami and Okabe the error of their ways and ensures that Ikuko, now properly ap-preciative of Mamoru, is restored to life before her cremation. A final scene cut from the Japanese version during production showed Manami and Oka-be getting their just desserts-each other.
Kaguya returns to help the nerdy Satoshi, a boy whose heart of gold is concealed under an obsession with as-tronomy that's boring his girlfriend Mika. No, Kaguya doesn't teach him social skills, just helps him "work through" his breast fixation, before turning him into bathwater so he can experience a girl up close. Everything works out in the end, but not before Sa-toshi is trapped inside a computer game, and Kaguya must en-dure the obligatory tentacle-rape to save him. Newly rejuvenated, Satoshi becomes a "real man" at last, ready to treat Mika in a fittingly dominant manner.
With an amusing pseudo-psycho-therapy subplot and some semblance of a story, Rei Rei compares very favorably to the lackluster erotica of the decade that followed it-thus making it even more of a surprise that this picaresque porno did not return for more than just these two episodes. Based on a manga by Airbats-creator Toshimitsu Shimizu, Rei Rei draws distantly on the Taketori Monogatari, one of the more famous Japanese Folk Tales-the story of celestial Princess Kaguya whose search for an Earthbound husband proved fruitless. The same legend was pastiched very differently in Queen of a Thousand Years and Gu-Gu Gunmo. N