Yoshie, the younger and ill-treated sister of a renowned Geisha, is discovered to have natural strength and fighting ability. She's recruited into an army of Geisha assassins by the rich and powerful owner of a steel-works, Kageno. During training large (and interesting) parts of their bodies are altered into weaponry directly linked to their brains. Yoshie soon realizes that Kagenos real plan is to have his robotic castle throw a new and very powerful nuclear bomb into the centre of Fuji-san, effectively destroying Japan entirely. With the help of other 'Kageno defectors', she sets out to stop him and his Tengu warriors. —email@example.com
A serious disappointment from a director of whom I am slowly becoming an appreciator
The crazyness is a token from this guy, so I can't give my approval just for that. Why the hell he thought that a talkative rendition of a soap-opera The Bold and the Beautiful style was a good idea in this kind of movies, in which the relationships between the characters even when they're well written generally don't involve that kind of crap, I will never understand. I guess the increase of budget from Machine Girl to this had to result in something...bad. I'll happily re-watch the latter and Mutant Girls Squad over this anytime.
- Apr 12, 2021
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