Saki (Yuki Saito) returns to her old school to study - which is highly
irregular, since she has been expelled from that place not long ago. And
like a real delinquent girl, she makes her entrance in style, on a loud
motorbike. But apart from that, she behaves like a lamb, like not fighting
back against bullies or responding to the affections of a male colleague
in kind - in other words, she really puts an effort into being a good
girl. Then though she meets her mentor/boss Kyoichiro (Koji Naka), and he
tells her she was only re-admitted to her old school because she has been
assigned to another mission. She refuses, naturally, wanting to be nothing
but a normal girl, but Kyoichiro tells her that if she doesn't cooperate,
her mother, a death row candidate, will be executed. Kyoichiro gives her
an ultimatum, but before Saki can even start to think about it, she is
thrown into jail for a bank robbery she didn't commit - even if the
security cam footage suggests otherwise.
Despite all her best efforts,
Saki doesn't make it out of jail before the ultimatum is over, and she
already thinks her mother dead - when Kyoichiro shows up and tells her mum
is alright, but her arrest was part of the case she has been assigned to,
because some ruthless criminals rob banks and then set up girls from
Saki's school to take the blame.
Saki is quick to find the guilty party,
the headmaster and his secretary, because they were the only two who knew
Saki was now left-handed, just like the girl in the security cam video.
All others still had to assume she was right-handed - which she was when
still at school, only an accident later changed that.
With the help of
her trusted Yo-Yo, Saki maks sure that the baddies get their just
Not especially great, but kind of cute in a campy
sort of way.