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Samurai gâru 21 (2001)

| Action, Drama | 2001 (Japan)
Hagakure Makoto, young and cute, is trying to find a regular job to help support her family. She has no training in the real world, and she will meet with several corporate evils. But she ... See full summary »

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Eiko Koike ...
Hagakure Makoto
Eriko Satô
Risa Tani ...
Rena
Hikaru Kawamura ...
Shichimi (Seven Beauties)
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Kousuke
Miku Hirose ...
Shichimi (Seven Beauties)
Rena Nakamata ...
Shichimi (Seven Beauties)
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Yasuhiro Fuseishi
Kôsuke Hamamoto
Natsuko Hattori
Sabu Kawahara
Kôhei Murakami
Daisuke Uesugi

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Hagakure Makoto, young and cute, is trying to find a regular job to help support her family. She has no training in the real world, and she will meet with several corporate evils. But she was trained as a samurai by her grandfather, which will be useful to battle the evils of the world, including a bad samurai girl who is protected by an impenetrable net armor - with a week spot, like Achilles' heel. Eventually, it will come the time Makoto must leave this world - passing her skills into another young and cute girl. Written by Artemis-9

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Neat
10 December 2004 | by (Oakland, California) – See all my reviews

I don't speak any Japanese, so I can't attest as to the plot details and all that, but I found this amusing simply on the visual aspects of the movie. It had humor, cheesy acting, and cute gals (especially the lead actress, Eiko Koike).

There's a fair amount of harmless cheesecake shots with the lead. Ms. Koike has a very expressive face, so she conveys moods very well.

If that's what you're looking for, this is worth a quick view. Probably better if you understand Japanese or manage to miraculously find a subtitled copy.

Finding a copy can be a bit hard.

I was loaned a copy by a friend who got his in Japan. He doesn't speak Japanese either.


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