Adult videos, AV/Japan AV are focused on sex, and may not in some cases have a storyline. They are released initially on video, and pass inspection by an adult video ethics committee such as NEVA (Nihon Ethics of Video Association) or Eizourin (映像倫理機構 Eizou Rinri Kikou) which enforce mosaics over pubic hair or genitalia. Pink films may be concerned with sex, but tend to focus more on story, and they are rated by Eirin (Eiga Rinri Kanri Iinkai 映画倫理管理委員会) rather than an adult video ethics organization. – Wikipedia
Most of the guy (All) have experience in watching AV from Japan, either download or purchase the DVD. Some of the female group like to watch it too. Is AV good for our society? That is not a question anymore when everyone don’t discuss about it anymore, AV is everywhere now…
Recently AV industry faced a serious issue, they short of male actor, and the ratio now is 1:7. More over, most of the male actor has work hard for past 10years and is time to retire. JAV treat this seriously and they need to find more male actor. Last year they have one round of audition at Singapore, 5/25 being selected to go Japan for further training. Yes, still need more, so they plan to do a audition in Malaysia, late June.
If you remember or watched a HongKong Movie about AV, where the HK guy went to Japan and accidentally become AV actor. Now is a good chance for all “interested” male. Bare in mind, this is not an easy task, average a male actor will act in 2 AV videos per day, and duration of shooting is more than 5 hours. Is really a ultimate stamina challenge.
Try your luck… Good Luck, Guys…
Below is the news from TheHive.Asia.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 — As Japan’s AV (Adult Video) industry is facing a severe shortage of male actors, a particular Japan AV company called Tokyo Dreams will be coming to Kuala Lumpur to look for potential male porn stars.
As unbelievable as the news sounds, it has been reported that the company has previously held auditions in Singapore and had successfully found five male actors out of the 25 men who attended the auditions.
In an interview with Sunday Register, studio recruitment manager Shime Tashiaki said, “We saw some excellent actors at the Singapore auditions and offered a total of five contracts to the men who performed best.”
“We now hope to find more talented actors at our Malaysian auditions, due to be held in Kuala Lumpur. At this point, we are in the process of finding a suitable venue.”
Okay, first of all, we’re pretty sure that this kind of thing is illegal in Malaysia, but according to reports from Press Union, the Singapore auditions were done secretly where the producers did not announce the time and location, but instead shared a series of clues for the men to figure it out, which explains why only 25 people showed up.
The Malaysian audition should follow the same process, but we’re not sure if they’re able to pull off the same trick, considering that Malaysia is somewhat a conservative country and wind of the auditions would definitely spark rage amongst the religious!
Also, this is not the first time that this matter has been brought up.
News about JAV auditions in Malaysia has been ongoing for the past few years, and we’re not sure if the past auditions actually happened for real, or did the company managed to cover it up so well that no one really found out.
For now (interested applicants *ahem*), take note that the Malaysian auditions will allegedly be held “from mid to late June”. — TheHive.Asia