Nice audio track which thankfully remains faithful to the original elements. Unduh Film Female Yakuza Tale 1973 Ocho secara tidak sengaja ditangkap oleh kartel perdagangan narkoba yang menggunakan perempuan China untuk menyelundupkan narkoba ke Jepang dengan menyembunyikannya di vagina mereka. Reiko Ike returns as Ocho Inoshika, and the film starts with an obligatory sequence where she slaughters some thugs while naked, but that's pretty much all these two films have in common. The scenes aren't explicit, but they are coarsely suggestive. It is a scene that could only have been imagined by one film-maker.
Add to that a superb score, brilliant fight choreography and slick cinematography and you have one slightly flawed but still highly enjoyable Pinky Violence flick. By completely reversing that association in the final scene, nudity and, by extension, womanhood is held up as a powerful force. With my idiocy aside, this flick was a really fun trip into Female Yakuza silliness. Aided by a lone wolf adventurer Ryohei Uchida , Ocho investigates a ruthless gang of cutthroats who are using indentured prostitutes as drug mules to smuggle heroin from China. Just off the boat, she finds herself sped down a dark alley by a dishonest pedicab driver. Even though the story is about a Yakuza clan that uses a gang of female thieves for them to smuggle drugs in their vaginas, the film fails to properly execute that bizarre concept.
Director Teruo Ishii uses every possible opportunity to show female nudity he can, even throwing some in while the opening credits are running. Stunning, glorious swordplay inundates this high-octane tale of gambling, smuggling and hookers gone wild. Extras: Slipcase— Original Trailer— Poster and Still Gallery— Director and Star Bios. She learns boss Goda and an old enemy are behind the killings, and the forces of the women yakuza attempt to ambush and avenge themselves on their male conspirators. If applicable, slipcover may not be included.
The two backstories are actually more complementary than contradictory, but no attempt is made to link them or to establish any continuity. Regular street clothes wouldn't do much to protect you from a weapon anyway, why not distract your opponent with nudity?! After being humiliated by them, she vows vengeance. To me, the nudity in this film is all about power - in every scene, with the key exceptions of the opening sequence and closing fight, nudity is equated with weakness and vulnerability. The gang of naked female thieves fights against the clothed male gangsters in an epic display of playing card blades, bullets, knives, swords, píss, bottles of cocaine, fists and frantic editing. Most annoyingly Rieko Ike is simply not on screen for long enough. Reveling that she's clearly not afraid from showing some skin right from the start,the stunning Reiko Ike gives an excellent performance as Och Inoshika,with Ike giving the films fight scenes an elegant,graceful note that is matched by the cold stare which Ike gives Inoshika,as she takes on the thugs of the underworld one by one.
The plot: Taken to an unknown destination by a rickshaw driver,Och Inoshika is suddenly grabbed by a gang of drug dealers,who tie Inoshika up and begin torturing her,as they start to prepare to make Och into their latest drug carrier,by placing their latest drug supply into her body. Fighting naked would have some advantages. Just as wonderfully sleazy and surreal as its predecessor, Female Yakuza Tale benefits from a multi-layered plot and colorful characters that are handled well by exploitation master director Terou Iishi. The climax is a preposterous set-piece in which a legion of naked prostutites battle the male Yakuza. The print has a few more marks than the Sex and Fury release but is still excellent for such a cult film. The scenes of softcore romps with middle-aged men started to exceed their welcome in no time at all but the film has a decent pace and energy that allows it to overcome its limitations.
Among the criminal underworld there is double-crossing and dirty dealings and it all centers around the new boss of the Ogi Clan. Naturally, as soon as she's able, she sets off on a rampage of revenge. In the end, the women do get a gratifying revenge. I won't deny there were a few moments that cracked me up. The plot focuses on Ochô Inoshika, a pick-pocketer and master swordswoman who finds herself kidnapped by drug cartels.
You'll get a driving funky walking bassline, even a flute or jews harp here and there, and, most of all, some excessive wah-wah guitar. And I have to ask, who on earth wouldn't want to see this flick after the initial opening sequence? The film is again beautifully shot, with immensely stylish fighting sequences. It turns out that there's a ring of prostitutes smuggling drugs in their vaginas, and Ocho's been mistaken for a mule. It's like Ishii wanted to push the limits of sex and violence even more, but in the final battle scene the effect is rather exaggerated and comic — grenades are flying, guns are blazing, swords are drawn, faces are ripped apart, there is even an episode where a girl is urinating on a corpse of a man, after the groin of said corpse has been crushed by another girl we don't see it that clearly, but do we really need to? In the rain, Ocho battles a gang of generic assailants with her umbrella. They make an essential pair, so much so that I'm surprised they weren't offered as a set or a double-sided disc.
Despite it's rather unpleasant storyline about female drug mules at times seems like a slapstick comedy and fails to engage the viewer. Summary Fabulous films give Female Yakuza Tale a fine transfer with few extras. The film is unrelenting in terms of pace and accompanied by a much jazzier score than the lush tones of the first. The colours are dazzling too, and the fight scenes interesting and well choreographed. Most of the plot is inconsequential and is really a catalyst for more carnal pleasures. She soon learns the men have mistaken her for one of their dope-addicted prostitutes they've been using as drug mules to import the Heroin.
You'll have to see for yourself how this all unfolds! In one, a Yakuza complains about the smell, and in another, several Yakuza bet on which girl can accomodate the largest object. Abducted prostitutes are made dependant on smack, blackmailed, and generally forced into smuggling the drugs. Video game instructions are included. If applicable, digital copy not included. Dan tentu saja Totalitas mereka dalam seni peran tidak perlu di ragukan lagi dan akan membuat Anda terkesima dan tidak kecewa jika menonton film ini. Has to be seen to be believed. I would like to take issue with some of the negative reviews: Yes, the plot is complicated.
I do think there could have been some more violence also - but I won't really hold that against the film either, as there is just so much fun stuff going on in this one. But further on, Ishii kind of abandons this style in favor of showing more nudity and sleaze, and presents a story with some ridiculous subplots and quite a few faceless and weak new characters, opposed to the first movie's more simplified and one-dimensional storyline yes, it too had some subplots involved, like the girl-spy's love story, but I think they weren't distracting at all and its' memorable rich characters just compare the villains from the 2 parts to see what I mean. It has the sleaze, the violence not enough unfortunately , the nudity, the story, the characters, basically it has almost everything you're looking for in a Violent Pinky flick. An item in used but good condition. Think again, because this time around she plots to almost single-handedly bring down a whole network of drugs and prostitution.