Nozomi Takada 高田のぞみ

ebola9717

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If anyone else has watched the new bonus video, I'm pretty sure she took a real load in the mouth. So I'd say she's definitely ready for full AV.
 

Quickglue

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If anyone else has watched the new bonus video, I'm pretty sure she took a real load in the mouth. So I'd say she's definitely ready for full AV.
Not yet. I’m waiting for my supplier to upload it to me. But now I’m even more excited!
 

ebola9717

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Funny that it's the only scene I can remember her wearing a wig too. Like she had to become a different person to perform the act.
 

Bakajin

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Some of us actually like these idols, we don't see them as "hoes" or sub-human wank material only.

I think she would do a lot better with the people who has worked with before than with a big studio. Look at the idols who go with studios, their videos are boring. The studios just throw in them into a generic script, the same angles and positions they do for everyone. Actress has no say over any of it, no personal stamp on the video.

These guys at least know what Nozomi is about, how to make her look good, what the fans like about her.

Also they are bad at applying the mosaic so you get some nice uncensored slip-ups.

Your attitude towards "these idols" is not special, it's a tad more creepy than your average stalker. If her contract is done proper, between a couple of years worth of videos and personal appearances she'll have some more financial freedom. And it won't take much work to make her look good. AV stars have plenty of input, down to saying what they will and won't do on camera. If she's popular, she'll be showcased, and some producer/label owner will be thinking she will make their studio good money. She'll be fine, don't lose sleep over it mate.
 
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fenton

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Your attitude towards "these idols" is not special, it's a tad more creepy than your average stalker. If her contract is done proper, between a couple of years worth of videos and personal appearances she'll have some more financial freedom. And it won't take much work to make her look good. AV stars have plenty of input, down to saying what they will and won't do on camera. If she's popular, she'll be showcased, and some producer/label owner will be thinking she will make their studio good money. She'll be fine, don't lose sleep over it mate.

It could work out for her, but over the years we have seen so many of them treated badly by it. Particular U-15 and U-18 idols who turn to AV. It seems like the best they can hope for is a very short, boring career.

Miu Nakamura is probably the closest to having a decent career. She started with Muteki but then disappeared for a bit. Seems to have run out of money and when she came back went straight to nakadashi, then had a bit of a career so not too bad... But that first nakadashi movie, she seems really reluctant and like she is being forced into it by circumstance, and in the interview they kind of go with that "fallen idol" angle.

So if you get off on that great, but if you actually liked here as an idol then it's not a lot of fun. Last time I looked at the reviews on DMM it seems like a lot of other people feel the same way.

If it happens I hope it works out for her.
 

mooncore

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Yesterday I read some employers in Japan will give you a 10-day paid leave if your favorite idol retires and it makes you sad..... Yikes. :pusing:
Maybe during those 10-days-off you should go see a psychiatrist or something.
 

Bakajin

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It could work out for her, but over the years we have seen so many of them treated badly by it. Particular U-15 and U-18 idols who turn to AV. It seems like the best they can hope for is a very short, boring career.

Miu Nakamura is probably the closest to having a decent career. She started with Muteki but then disappeared for a bit. Seems to have run out of money and when she came back went straight to nakadashi, then had a bit of a career so not too bad... But that first nakadashi movie, she seems really reluctant and like she is being forced into it by circumstance, and in the interview they kind of go with that "fallen idol" angle.

So if you get off on that great, but if you actually liked here as an idol then it's not a lot of fun. Last time I looked at the reviews on DMM it seems like a lot of other people feel the same way.

If it happens I hope it works out for her.

Really, so many times we have seen so many treated badly? Like who? What happened? How did you know?

Listen to yourself. "Seemed...forced into it by circumstance..." based on what? The way she looked into the camera and telegraphically communicated her desire not to be there? Seems she's still making movies, so someone is feeling her.

Most sex workers have short careers. Entirely unsurprising that they get in and get out. Would not be surprised to see Takada do the same after going to an AV company.
 

fenton

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Really, so many times we have seen so many treated badly? Like who? What happened? How did you know?

Miu Nakamura comes to mind.

Even just within the JI world things can be pretty bad. Poor Rei, for example.

One of the reasons why Nozomi keeps it a bit low key and limited distribution is because she gets the kind of shit you say on social media and public forums and doesn't want to get involved with it. For her own sake she wants fans who don't think of her as some disposable "ho" they can jack off too and then move on to the next one.

Listen to yourself. "Seemed...forced into it by circumstance..." based on what? The way she looked into the camera and telegraphically communicated her desire not to be there? Seems she's still making movies, so someone is feeling her.

Based on her job in a bar going away because of the pandemic, and the economy taking a downturn.
 

ebola9717

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First Nozomi and now I find out Yumemi Ru has her AV debut in a couple weeks. This is a good year already.
 

Bakajin

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Miu Nakamura comes to mind.

Even just within the JI world things can be pretty bad. Poor Rei, for example.

One of the reasons why Nozomi keeps it a bit low key and limited distribution is because she gets the kind of shit you say on social media and public forums and doesn't want to get involved with it. For her own sake she wants fans who don't think of her as some disposable "ho" they can jack off too and then move on to the next one.



Based on her job in a bar going away because of the pandemic, and the economy taking a downturn.
You keep mentioning Nakamura, are there any others? Nakamura was making movies pre-lockdown, just before.

I guess Takada is not keeping it "a bit low key" anymore..
 

ebola9717

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King announced Nozomi's AV turn on Twittwer's NiceAge official account, so i suppose she will continue working with the same label.
Which is the worst case scenario. Their movies are already super expensive and hard to get. I imagine her AV films will cost even more.
 

fenton

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Which is the worst case scenario. Their movies are already super expensive and hard to get. I imagine her AV films will cost even more.

But also the best case scenario, because she is already comfortable with them and they are pretty lax when it comes to applying the mosaic.

Much rather she stuck with them than ended up doing some generic, boring by-the-numbers AV debut.
 

Bakajin

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King announced Nozomi's AV turn on Twittwer's NiceAge official account, so i suppose she will continue working with the same label.
That's probably not a safe assumption. She "is in talks" to do full-on AV, it says, "please continue to support the porn actress," why would it be phrased that way if she was going to just keep working with Nice Age? Isn't she with a talent agency?
 

broadbandz

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That's probably not a safe assumption. She "is in talks" to do full-on AV, it says, "please continue to support the porn actress," why would it be phrased that way if she was going to just keep working with Nice Age? Isn't she with a talent agency?
her agency was all nice-age stars. So it was either run by King or herself. Anyways none of us will ever know who or what is pulling the strings behind the scenes. Japan is often like that. Heck how does nice-age even stay in business. It could all be just a front or tax write off for some other business.
 

Bakajin

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her agency was all nice-age stars. So it was either run by King or herself. Anyways none of us will ever know who or what is pulling the strings behind the scenes. Japan is often like that. Heck how does nice-age even stay in business. It could all be just a front or tax write off for some other business.

I think it's called Justservice Promotions. https://www.justservice-pro.com/talent/ Perhaps a new name since she's going into porn. If her career takes off, probably won't be there for long.