Yukari is one of the pop idols of the country, even though her
fame was bought by her father, boss of her record company. But
Yukari is also suspected to be a serial arsonist, so much so that
schoolgirl/undercover cop Saki (Yuki Saito) is hired as her assistant to
have an eye on her.
At first, Yukari seems like a tailormade suspect,
she acts like the spoilt brat she always has been, is fascinated by fire,
and every now and again gives her entourage the film to leave to
God-knows-where. Saki is tempted to arrest her just for her bad manners,
but then she finds out Yukari is only giving everyone the slip to be with
her boyfriend Makoto whom her record company wants to keep a secret, and
it becomes more and more obvious that someone else is the actual arsonist
and only wants to put the blame on her.
Then Yukari and Makoto are lured
into a trap set up by Nishiura, Yukari's dad right-hand-man who wants to
take over his record company and who figures if Yukari is made an arsonist
and commits suicide, her father will just have to step down from his post
and let him take over. Nishiura is almost successful in faking Yukari and
her boyfriend's suicide, too, when Saki intervenes and sees that justice
Nothing great, but if you're into cheesy Japanese
popmusic and schoolgirls fighting for truth, justice and the Japanese way
of life armed with yo-yos, then this one might be for you anyways.