Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs (1974)
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90-Minutes of Mayhem!!! Yes, there are some extremely violent duds in Japanese Cinema. There's also some extremely violent examples of Great Cinematic Storytelling. Zero Woman: Red Handcuffs is definitely far too much for most people, and it lingers on its violence. It also has a Plot, full of Twist & Turns that actually make up for a fulfilling ending. Zero Woman is a Rogue Cop that doesn't play by the rules. She pretty much has Rorschach's philosophy, and a Badge. That attitude gets her locked-up with the criminals she hates. Can't keep the Star locked-upped. So she's sent on an undercover suicide mission, for her freedom. On this mission she'll deal with the lowest of pathetic, criminal, scumbags on Planet Earth. It gets extremely violent. Don't say I didn’t warn you. There was a time when Film-Makers were ruthless, and careless. That's also what fascinates me about the History of Japanese Film. No matter how ruthless, careless, or insensitive the subject matter. An Artist will make it worth watching. Told in 'Michael Clayton' fashion Zero Woman's 'Made In U.S.A.' visual-style, mixed with it's Blaxploitation Funk Soundtrack, make up for one disturbingly violent piece of art. "Art is not safe." -Rob Zombie
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