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La Blue Girl Live 3: Lady Ninja (1996)

Injû gakuen 3: Kunoichi-gari (original title)
The third part in the live action La Blue Girl trilogy.

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Saya Hidaka ...
Junko Asamiya ...
Misaki
Momoko Nishida ...
Shizuka
Asami Jô ...
Miyabi
Kimi Tachihara ...
Hiro
Ai Hiyoshi ...
Maki
Saori Mizuki ...
Yû Kawai ...
Seia
Momo Kurita ...
Fuku
Yoshitaka Yanagita ...
Kuroiwa
Hiroshi Taguchi ...
Nagase
Miyu Nakahara ...
Miyu Bido
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The third part in the live action La Blue Girl trilogy.

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26 April 1996 (Japan)  »

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Best of the three
30 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Based on a comic by Toshio Maeda, Inju Gakuen has been made into anime series featuring 13 episodes, and live action version which this is the third of the series.

As the series progressed, so did the acting ability of the girl actors, and this last one has become the best out of the three stories produced. The series features many actors who are in their late teens, and while cute, can't expect much acting experience from them. Few of them went on to become professional strippers while appearing in other adult themed videos. Japan's adult video genre that specialized in direct to video production was still in its infancy, and many of these actors contributed to putting the industry into mainstream entertainment for adults.

Perhaps due to these background, this series is a rare production by a major movie studio (Daiei). Today, almost all Japanese adult videos (AV) are created by video companies that caters exclusively to this genre.

The snake like tentacles that attacks the girls are often seen in Maeda's comics, and their appearance in this series is both meant to pay homage to Maeda's style as well as to add humor to the story.

The girls look great in this story, and viewers should enjoy this movie as it was intended originally - a comic that's written to be both erotic and humorous.

So don't expect serious hardcore entertainment from any of this series. It's meant to to be a light hearted escapism for young (or young at heart) adults.


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