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Actors are being harassed by the new law on porn cinema in Japan

Adult movie actor Sakura Tsukishima (月 島 さ く ら) posted an update on Twitter revealing that he had to cancel the rent on his apartment (two months in advance, according to the accompanying image) due to the fact that the porn industry in Japan is temporarily frozen after integration regulatory law. .

Tsukishima wrote: “Seriously, I have canceled my apartment. I am too worried about my future because of the new law and I have no choice but to leave my house. please i need a job».

He later wrote: “I chose the rooms I wanted and built them myself. I enjoyed assembling the furniture myself. When I think about all that, it makes me sad to leave my apartment. It is a difficult situation». And finally he said: «We have done many activities and know the industry better than many. But they did not ask us for our opinion on this law, they only listened to Human Rights and passed a law. This is really unacceptable».

And what is the new law? As already mentioned in a previous article, this law, which is the first of its kind in Japan,. it allows artists to cancel a contract unconditionally up to a year after the release of a film. This period is two years for the following two years as a temporary measure. In effect, the legislation gives performers the right to stop the sale and distribution of productions at any time within the permitted period.

A cooling off period has also been established, which is likely to be a nuisance to those planning release schedules for newcomers and newcomers. Now production companies have to wait one month after signing a contract with an artist and another four months after finishing a shoot to release the film, giving the artist time to change his mind and walk away without penalty.

Production companies and directors are now required to provide performers with detailed documentation detailing the sexual acts on film, including whether the performers will be identifiable in the final production. For certain intimidation and coercion, producers will face up to three years in prison and large fines if they try to stop an artist from resigning.

Of course, all these new conditionspreviously generally accepted and now legally permitted, They stopped the production of adult films in Japanin particular through the establishment of the “A period of grace“, Which delays releases for up to four months after the end of the film.

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