Anarchy in Japansuke original title Anarchy in Japansuke: The Woman Who Comes When Watched is a 1999 Japanese pink film directed by Takahisa Zeze. It won the Silver Prize at the Pink Grand Prix ceremony. Along with Office Lady Love Juice, the film became something of a symbol of the rift between the older pinku shitenno group of pink film directors and the younger shichifukujin. Yūji Tajiri's Office Lady Love Juice it beat Anarchy in Japansuke for the top spot at the Pink Grand Prix. The older Zeze had been a vocal critic of the younger directors' films which avoided the experimentation and politically charged messages which characterize the work of the shitenno. Calling the shichifukujin's films "weak" and "light", Zeze engaged in a spat with Tajiri on the stage of the awards ceremony. Jasper Sharp writes that the scuffle was mainly a staged controversy for the benefit of the audience, as no real personal animosity exists between the two groups of directors. The younger group all gained their first film-making experiences by working on films of the older directors.