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Zubekô banchô: zange no neuchi mo nai (1971)

 -  Action  -  28 April 1971 (Japan)
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Reiko Oshida stars as a young wannabe gangster tough girl, just released from reform school. She tracks down one of her classmates fathers, who runs an auto repair shop that the local ... See full summary »

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Rika (as Reiko Ooshida)
Junzaburô Ban ...
Muraki, car shop owner
Nobuo Kaneko ...
Boss Ohya, the nightclub owner
Yumiko Katayama ...
Midori, the Boss's sweetheart
Yukie Kagawa ...
Mari, the poor wife
Tsunehiko Watase ...
Mari's friend
Ichirô Nakatani ...
Mari's poor husband
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tonpei Hidari ...
Tsunao
Yôko Ichiji ...
Oyuki
Shizuko Kasagi ...
(as Shiduko Kasagi)
Masumi Tachibana ...
Nagako
Mieko Tsudoi ...
Senmitsu
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Reiko Oshida stars as a young wannabe gangster tough girl, just released from reform school. She tracks down one of her classmates fathers, who runs an auto repair shop that the local Yakuza are trying to force out of business and take over, and starts working for him. At the same time a recently released from prison, and now ill Yakuza is trying to make a new life for himself and his girl, a friend of Reiko's, who also just graduated from reform school. A fateful car crash brings the two on a collision course with each other and the brutal Yakuza clan, which can only end bloody vengeance. Written by rabbit541

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Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless to Confess  »

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The weakest in the series
17 December 2006 | by (Deutschland) – See all my reviews

It seems that some might disagree with me, but i think 'Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless To Confess', while being an OK film, is the weakest entry in the phenomenal "Pinky Violence Box". After being knocked out by other entries such as 'Girl Boss Guerilla', and my personal favorite, Suzuki's 'Terrifying Girl's Highschool', I was expecting more of the same from this one. What brought down Delinquent Girl Boss for me was the over use of the dumb, slapstick comedy. Of course films like this need a bit of comic relief, or many might find the brutality a bit harder to take. There was simply too much of it here. And the presence of Reiko Ike and personal fav Miki Sugimoto was sorely missed, although Reiko Oshida, whose image graces the cover of the box set, is certainly gorgeous, in a Barbie doll sort of way. But she lacks the raw intensity of the others, as this film lacks the intensity of the other films. Another thing wrong with this one was the lack of violence and sex! I know that sex and violence does not necessarily equal good cinema, but for this genre, it is actually expected. For a 'pinky violence' film, there was very little violence, and even less 'pink', or skin. Of course 'Worthless To Confess' has it's shining moments, especially towards the end, when the gang dons their trench coats and exacts their revenge on the yakuza gang that did them wrong. But again, it just seemed more comical than powerful. However I cannot compliment the other films enough. 'Criminal Woman: Killing Melody' is probably the most well made film of them all, and might be Reiko Ike's best role. And the music cd of Reiko singing is dazzling as well. But 'Worthless To Confess' just didn't really stand out for me, unfortunately. I recommend this collection regardless.


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