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Sukeban Deka - Black Mass at 2 AM!

episode 1.5

Japan 1985
produced by
Toei
directed by Michio Konishi
starring Yuki Saito, Koji Naka
based on the manga by Shinji Wada

TV-series
Sukeban Deka, Sukeban Deka (Yuki Saito)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Schoolgirl and undercover cop Saki (Yuki Saito) witnesses a girl throwing herself off a building - and only minutes later, she is assigned to investigate the school this girl went to, where two other suicides have happened not long before it. Having become a student of the school, Saki soon finds out that all three girls were in love with their music teacher, who preferred to ignore this though, because as a teacher he cannot have any kind of intimate relationships with his students. Late at night, Saki witnesses a bunch of hooded girls performing a black mass, but she is made to forget everything, and it's only thanks to her mentor/boss Jin (Koji Naka) that she is brought out of her posthypnotic trance again and made to remember.

Saki pretends to be in love with the music teacher, and this promptly catches the attention of a few other girls being in love with him as well, and thus this night she is hypnotized and forced into committing suicide - or so everyone thinks, actually, Saki has expected exactly that and has saved herself using her trusted yo-yo, and now she exposes the killer, an ugly girl hopelessly in love with the teachers who thought she'd never have a chance because of her looks, and thus killed off all of the competition. Saki not only arrests her but also gives her a scolding telling her that women in love always look beautiful. But the teacher gets a scholding as well, because by simply ignoring all the girls in love with him, he has broken their hearts ...

 

Despite some horror elements, this is a lesser episode of Sukeban Deka, as it simply doesn't feature enough action to keep things exciting, the solution to the murder mystery is a bit too predictable, and Saki's scholding at the end is almost ridiculously naive.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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