Ocho gets abducted by a yakuza clan that uses a gang of women to smuggle drugs in their vaginas. Finding out that the kingpin had killed the last boss and abducted his daughter, Ocho joins forces with the drug mules against the clan.
Hijiriko makes off from the bar she works at with money and a car that isn't hers. Meanwhile, Jiro Katagiri is up to no good with his gangster friends and ends up making off with all their ... See full summary »
As in the preceding two movies the juvenile delinquent named "Rica Aoki" (Rika Aoki) has been brought to a reform school and has to establish herself among her peers. The leader of the female delinquents in this reform school is known as "Tornado Oman" (Masami Souda) and in order to maintain her leadership feels that she must get Rica to recognize her authority. Naturally, Rica has no intention of following anybody's lead and because of that a fight breaks out which is eventually stopped by the guards with no clear winner being established. Not long afterward, Rica breaks out of the reform school and becomes involved with a young Amerasian girl by the name of "June" (Yoshie Ichige) which results in other problems for everyone concerned. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this third film in the "Rica Trilogy" pretty much carried the same general themes as its other two predecessors. Along with following the same standard plot its definite low-budget overtones, followed by a lack of intensity, didn't particularly help this movie in any way. It was pretty much the same old thing only less entertaining. For that reason I have rated this film accordingly. Slightly below average.
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