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Sukeban Deka: Kazama San-shimai no Gyakushu

Sukeban Deka 2: Counter-Attack from the Kazama Sisters

Japan 1988
produced by
Toei
directed by Hideo Tanaka
starring Yui Asaka, Yuka Onishi, Yuma Nakamura, Kosuke Toyohara, Masaki Kyomoto, Minako Fujishiro, Hiroyuki Nagato, Nagare Hagiwara, Shinjiro Ebara, Koji Tanaka, Gannosuke Yamamoto, Yosuke Inozaki, Takeshi Iwase, Mamiko Tayama
screenplay by Izo Hashimoto, based on the manga by Shinji Wada, music by Ichiro Nitta

Sukeban Deka, Sukeban Deka (Yui Asaka)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The Sukeban Deka program (highschool kids doubling as undercover cops armed with special yo-yos) has gotten out of hand when brilliant law student Kurando Sekine (Masaki Kyomoto) has taken it over and remodelled it as the paramilitaristic Juvenile Security Bureau. Yui (Yui Asaka), the original Sukeban Deka (number three) has been demoted to a mere footsoldier while violent and resolute Tohko (Minako Fujishiro) has been left in charge of the troops. When Yui cannot take the violence anymore that the Bureau dishes out even for minor misdemeanors, she resigns and takes a breat in the country.

While Yui's away from the city though, her mentor Yoda (Nagare Hagiwara) breaks into the headquarters of the Juvenile Security Bureau to steal a floppy disk containing their plans for the future. He is caught though and only just manages to deliver the disk to Yui's sisters Yuma (Yuma Nakamura) and Yuka (Yuka Onishi) before dying.

Yuma and Yuka call Yui back into action, but even at their first meeting they are attacked by the Juvenile Security Bureau, and in the battle, Yuma and Yuka go missing in action, and Yui can only save herself thanks to the Outcast League, members of which she has once saved from the Juvenile Security Bureau. The Outcast League though is deemed a terrorist organisation and made responsible for many acts of terrorism of the last few days, even though its head Kyosuke (Kosuke Toyohara) claims he only gives outcast kids a home.

Eventually, Yui finds out that the acts of terrorism credited to the Outcast League were actually committed by the Juvenile Security Bureau as part of a plot by Kurando Sekine to take over gouvernment, and this plot will culminate in blowing the audience of a big music festival to kingdom come. Once she has found that out though, it might already be too late, since the Outcast League's hideout has already been surrounded by the Juvenile Security Bureau, and to save his outcasts, Kyosuke is initially even willing to give up on Yui - until he realizes the league is doomed with our without Yui, but with her it at least stands a fighting chance.

It all culminates in a big battle, in which Yui is joined by Yuma and Yuka, who have somehow survived the earlier battle, once more, and after the Juvenile Secutiry Bureau is defeated in the League's hideout thanks to everyone's cunning, it's off to the airport (via zeppelin), where Kurando Sekine is already loading a plane with bombs to blow the concert sky high, but after Yui defeats Tohko for good in their final battle, she also manages to blow up Kurando Sekine - and Japan, the world, and the Outcast League are saved once more.

 

If you like your action heroes to be schoolgirls in uniforms (and ho doesn't), then this is a film for you. That said, despite some very well-staged action setpieces and a high campfactor, the film is not as much fun as the first movie or the TV-series it is based on, mainlybecause it takes itself too seriously and tries too hard to do its somewhat grimm basic premise justice instead of just having fun with what's at hand. Still, you'll probably be amused by this one, even if it could have been way funnier.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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