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Sukeban Deka - Nazo no Tenko Sojo Saki

episode 1.1
Sukeban Deka - Mysterious Transfer Student Saki

Japan 1985
produced by
Toei
directed by Tarou Sakamoto
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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Loner Saki Asamiya (Yuki Saito) is the new girl in a rich girls' school, and she is immediately bullied because she is one of the subsidized students. She accepts whatever is thrown at her by the school bullies, though she could fight back because she's actually an undercover police detective, investigating the alleged suicide of another subsidized student who has actually done a bit of snooping around in the school's files and discovered that the school uses its subsidized students, the real smart girls, to do the university entrance exams for the school's paying students, the idiot girls from rich families - and sincew this system works quite so well, the school is successful. Since the girl's death, the school files have gone missing, and bnesides Saki, another girl, Hiroko, is looking for them as well to expose the school's wicked deals - but she gets badly beaten up by her class president - who's also the school's principal's daughter - and her girlgang. Now it's up to Saki to go after the principal and his cronies herself, armed with a steel yoyo, and in the end, she manages to find the missing files right in the principal's office and to arrest all the wrongdoers, while Hiroko takes it upon herself to expose all the girls who have been cheating at the university entrance exam ...

 

Pretty young girls in schoolgirl uniforms fighting for truth and justice armed with yoyos - if that doesn't sound Japanese, what does? Having said that, the series is nowhere near as kinky, campy and outrageous as the mere premise makes it sound, but after all this was a mainstream TV-series from the 1980's, so what do you expect. Having said that though, the whole thing is still lots of fun in a campy sort of way, provided you are willing to accept its inherent silliness.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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