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Sukeban deka: Kazama sanshimai no gyakushû (1988)

Brash young politician Kuraudo Sekin has formed an elite security bureau to crack down on juvenile crime. But due to its extreme methods of justice, the bureau's most promising young member... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Yui Asaka ...
Yui Kazama / Saki Asamiya III / Sukeban Deka III
Yuka Ohnishi ...
Yuka Kazama
Yuma Nakamura ...
Yuma Kazama
Kosuke Toyohara ...
Kyosuke Bando
Masaki Kyômoto ...
Kurando Sekine
Minako Fujishiro ...
Tohko Agawa
Hiroyuki Nagato ...
Dark Director Kurayami
Nagare Hagiwara ...
Shinjirô Ebara ...
Chief (as Shinjirô Ehara)
Koji Tanaka ...
Gannosuke Yamamoto ...
Yosuke Inozaki ...
Takeshi Iwase ...
Mamiko Tayama ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michiko Makino ...
Midori Fukamachi


Brash young politician Kuraudo Sekin has formed an elite security bureau to crack down on juvenile crime. But due to its extreme methods of justice, the bureau's most promising young member, Yui Kazama (Yui Asaka), refuses to aid them any further and resigns. Now it seems that the bureau may have a shadier purpose - to take over the Japanese government. So now Yui and her sisters must lead the resistance to oppose the evil bureau and save Japan from a coup d'état. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

11 February 1988 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Sukebandeka the Movie 2: Counter-Attack from the Kazama Sisters  »

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When the Kazama sisters are being dragged along behind the boat, they are directly in the boat's wake. However, in the close-ups there is no sign of the wake. See more »


Follows Sukeban deka (1985) See more »

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Bit of a fizzle for a good series
25 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

This is a movie that was created after the Sukeban Deka III TV series, and continues with the adventures of the Kazama Sisters.

Yui (Yui Asaka) is recruited as a student detective working for Seishonen Chian Kyoku (Youth Law Enforcement Division) headed by Kurando Sekine (Masaki Kyomoto). But she couldn't agree with the violent method used by the division, and resigns after letting go the students who were being persecuted by them. Kurayami Shirei (Hiroyuki Nagato) assigns Yoda (Nagare Hagiwara) to investigate Sekine. Yoda succeeds in obtaining a disk that contains the incriminating evidence but during his attempt to deliver the disk to the Kazama sisters, is fatally wounded and dies after he delivers the disk. Kurayami Shirei himself is jailed under a false charge of conspiracy against his country. Yui who was spending peaceful days in her native Kyushu decides to battle Sekine and his organization who is planning a coup against the government.

Although this movie was made after the Sukeban Deka series III TV, there's a discontinuity between the TV series and this movie. In the TV series, Kazama sisters comes from supposedly a clan of ninja, but there is no reference to this in this movie, and even the seed letter that appears on Yui's forehead never showed up in this movie. The story follows the pat Sukeban Deka formula that was developed in the first Sukeban Deka movie - that a zealot is planning to take control over the country, and Sukeban Deka battles to stop his attempt. I like the Sukeban Deka concept, and the Kazama sisters are still pretty endearing, but the story doesn't flow well in this one, and takes away from the excitement. There's not enough development of the story or the characters in the story that usually adds to the intrigue. But the most unforgivable sin is that even the beauty and the character of the Kazama sisters is not showcased in this movie. So the whole movie runs out of steam after a while.

This is the final chapter to the Sukeban Deka trilogy and is worth a watch if you are a follower of this saga.

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