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Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless to Confess
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Directed By
Kazuhiko Yamaguchi

Written By:
Kazuhiko Yamaguchi, Norio Miyashita

Tsunehiko Watase, Tonpei Hidari, Yko Ichiji, Shizuko Kasagi, Nobuo Kaneko, Reiko Oshida, Nobuo Kaneko, Yukie Kagawa, Ichiro Nakatani, Masumi Tachibana, Junzaburo Ban, Yumiko Katayama, Mieko Tsudoi

Delinquent Girl Boss: Worthless to Confess (1971)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
January 4th, 2009

Good fights; not so much nudity

This pinky violence film has less of the skin that one expects from the series. It does not mean it is not worth watching, as it has a good story and there is some excellent acting along with some silliness. It plays more like a soap opera with a little violence thrown in.

Five girls leave reform school at different times and their lives are intertwined again by Rika, who looks them up. One (Midori) is stealing from her father to finance her worthless boyfriends gambling; another (Mari) is poor and pregnant with an ill husband, who is also yakuza; and Rika is in the middle of it all, working for the one girl's father, who is being squeezed on the other end by the yakuza.

After the father revels he was a notorious gangster, who has retired, they pay off the ill husband to kill him.

All this leads to the finale as the five girls don identical outfits bent on revenge.

Great cinematography and good music.

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