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Sukeban Deka - You are the One who Killed Your Father / Sukeban Deka - Fall to Hell! Family of Evil

episode 1.21, 1.22

Japan 1985
produced by
starring Yuki Saito, Koji Naka, Hitomi Takahashi, Natsumi Asano, Yasuko Endo
based on the manga by Shinji Wada

Sukeban Deka, Sukeban Deka (Yuki Saito)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Saki (Yuki Saito) is heartbroken after having learned she might be her arch-enemy Mizuchi's daughter (see last episode), so she pays a visit to her mother in prison - where mom awaits her executrion for the murder of the man Saki thought to be her fathr -, but mother evades all her questions. Saki's boss, the dark director though, has some answers he has previously kept from her, like the fact that her father was an investigative reporter trying to expose the Mizuchi-organisation, and that he might have been killed for that by someone other than Saki's dad, and Saki might actually have been a witness to the crime - but she can only remember the events from back then, 12 years ago, in fractions.

Still looking for answers, Saki decides to confront Mizuchi directly, and even gets into his office, even though his daughters (Hitomi Takahashi, Yasuko Endo, Natsumi Asano) do their best to prevent her. Once facing Saki, whom he considers his daughter, Mizuchi confesses everything - though boasting about it would be more accurate -, including the fact that he has actually raped her mother and later told her father about it to break him. While he's telling his story, Saki's memories to the fateful night when her father died return, and she is suddenly able to identify Mizuchi as her dad's murder. This changes a few things of course, and Mizuchi, who only just wanted to welcome Saki into his family, now threatens to kill her - but alas it's too late, because Saki has not only recorded his confession on tape, her partner in crime(-fighting) has also seen to it that it was transmitted live during a press conference in which Mizuchi's daughter Reimi (Hitomi Takahashi) wanted to announce taking over the eductation of the Japanese elite (the Mizuchi clan's first step in taking over Japan). Mizuchi's daughters are soon arrested, Mizuchi shoots himself seeing the odds turn against him, and only Reimi escapes, faking her own death.

Saki is reunited with her mother, who is finally released after 12 years, but there's still Reimi wakling in the wings, hell-bent on avengeing herself on Saki ...


This double episode that ties up all the loose ends of the previous episodes is satisfying inasmuch as it actually brings the storyarc to a satisfying conclusion without leaving any subplots hanging in the air - but it's also not one of the better episodes because it goes for high drama quite a few times too often, something the series just isn't too good at (though there are way worse series around) while by and large lacking yo-yo action, something the series is really good at.

Still a must-see for anyone into the series because as mentioned it does a good job tieing up a truckload of narrative threads.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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