Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song

Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song

Directed by Shun'ya Itô

The final film in the series, #701's Grudge Song (from director Yasuharu Hasebe; RETALIATION, MASSACRE GUN), shows a gentler side of Scorpion. When Nami falls in with Kudo, an ex-radical suffering from physical and psychological trauma caused by police torture, the pair become political rebels. Contains strong language, violence and gore.

Once again on the lam, Nami becomes a political rebel.

Cast: Meiko Kaji, Rie Yokoyama, Yayoi Watanabe

Member Reviews

Great as always!!

laneMcg
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a day ago

my kinda movies thanks

rustyone
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4 days ago

Thank you, Shudder. Never heard of this movie series until I saw them on here. Now I'd consider them classics and some of my all time favourite films. Beautifully crafted and creative shots from start to finish.

igavehimlife
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3 months ago

Not quite as strong as the first three.

ScreamBloodyHorror
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5 months ago

Probably the weakest in the series. Maybe it's because Scorpion has to share so much screen time with a male sidekick or maybe it's because an innocent dies, but the mission of vengeance seems very unfocused here. The physics of the final "escape" set a bit questionable as well. So the first two films are the best, the third is interesting, and the fourth sort of limps to a close.

sctfr
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7 months ago