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Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974)
"Shura-yuki-hime: Urami Renga" (original title)

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Lady Snowblood is caught in the politics of 19th century Japan.



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Complete credited cast:
Meiko Kaji ...
Jûzô Itami ...
Ransui Tokunaga
Kazuko Yoshiyuki ...
Aya Tokunaga
Shusuke Tokunaga
Shin Kishida ...
Seishiro Kikui
Tôru Abe ...
Terauchi Kendo
Rin'ichi Yamamoto ...
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Kôji Nanbara ...
Shosuke Hirose ...
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Sekiguchi Eizo
Akira Hamada ...
Okada Takichi
Hiroshi Ishiya ...
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Lady Snowblood (Shurayuki-hime) is caught by the police and sentenced to death for her crimes (in Lady Snowblood I). As she is sent to the gallows she is rescued by the secret police who offer her a deal to assassinate some revolutionaries. Written by Fred Cabral <>

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15 June 1974 (Japan)  »

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At one point, a man fires multiple rounds at Yuki from a sawed off shotgun. However, without reloading he fires many more rounds than a shotgun of that size could hold in the magazine. See more »


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A lesser plot but still good for entertainment
10 June 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

As a die hard fan of the original from the first time I saw it, it was only natural for me to hunt down this follow up. While the original had a more simplistic, vengeance orientated plot, this sequel unfortunately bites off a bit more than it can chew as it weaves Yuki in with the politics of early 20 Century Japan and the events of the Russo-Japanese war. Overall it feels like the film is just cashing in on the popularity of Kaji Meiko generated by the first film.

That said, it still manages to entertain from the very start, with a wonderful sequence of Yuki hacking her way through a load of bad guys. Meiko lost none of her charisma from the original, which is really essential here as the film itself starts to trip of it's own plot after a while. The fact that politics is the theme here rather than vengeance doesn't give her quite as much to work with, but her ability to convey almost all of her emotions through her eyes is still a joy to watch.

Ultimately it is worth watching if you liked the original and find Kaji Meiko's presence to be enough to hold your attention. If you value a gripping plot over tremendous acting you'd be better of skipping this. The fact that the first film had both these elements and the sequel only has one makes it an inferior but still highly entertaining follow up.

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