In the 1970s, the Japanese youth emancipation also found it's way into the yakuza (crime) societies. A Girl Boss may have a choice between bikes, and between boyfriends. But she has to ... See full summary »
Released from reform school, the Girl Boss (Yuko Kano) and her girl gang enter in conflict with another girl gang who are allied to the powerful Yakuza Boss (Toru Abe). The Girl Boss teams ... See full summary »
Sophia, a misfit, discovers a passion for fashion, becoming an unlikely businesswoman in the process. As her business grows, however, she has to learn to cope with life as her own boss. This show is loosely based on the true story of Nasty Gal Founder, Sophia Amoruso.
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.
When two Girl Bosses fight each other over territory, their enmity is difficult to solve - they are equals in looks, strength, determination, and power of their respective girl gangs. So, ... See full summary »
This movie begins with a young woman named "Ruriko Aoki" (Miki Sugimoto) running away from several men who are chasing her throughout a large city in Japan. As it turns out, these men work for the police and upon catching her they subsequently take her back to the reform school she had just escaped from. However, what nobody on the outside realizes is that this particular reform school is illegally operated more like to a prison than an actual rehabilitative facility. Yet rather than curtailing his approach when faced with multiple complaints, the warden becomes even more cruel and spiteful. And this has the effect of actually encouraging more women to join Ruriko in her next attempt at freedom. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this was a fairly entertaining "pinku eiga" film which--surprisingly enough for that particular sub-genre--managed to flow rather smoothly from one scene to another. Additionally, having two attractive actresses like Fujika Omori (as "Yuki Hiroto") and the afore-mentioned Miki Sugimoto certainly didn't hurt in any way. In any case, I enjoyed this particular film and I have rated it accordingly. Slightly above average.
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