Review: Stray Cat Rock: Delinquent Girl Boss (1970)

Celebrating the return of my movie projector (from service)with a piece of Japanese violence. My favourite Japanese badass girl, Meiko Kaji in a leading role!

blu“STRAY CAT ROCK: DELINQUENT GIRL BOSS” (Nora-neko rokku: Onna banchô)
1970
Action
Japan

Director: Yasuharu Hasebe
Stars: Akiko Wada, Meiko Kaji, Kôji Wada
Distributor: Arrow
Runtime: 80 mins
BLU RAY REGION B

“I won’t forgive them!”
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Quoting imdb: A wandering tough biker girl aids a female delinquent gang in their battles against an all-male Seiyu group over a fixed boxing match.

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A pounding soundtrack sets the tone throughout the movie, almost like a musical. It’s cool, it’s tough, it’s violent and it’s really ripping of the vibrant film-making happening in USA and Europe at the time. The plot is simple, and the characters weak, but it has a certain feeling to it anyway. This is part of a boxset with movies in the Stray Cat Rock series, and I can’t wait to check out the rest of these crazy flicks.

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