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

Really enjoyed the entire Scorpion offerings. She’s enigmatic and irresistible. Totally fun romp running from men in suits. Dig it hard.

Lorichaudhry1
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5 days ago

My personal favorite as a stand-alone film. If not watched as a female prisoner scorpion film, it’s much more enjoyable and definitely has some of my favorite music cues

GCL
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1 week ago

The fourth and last chapter in the series, and the only one not directed by Shun'ya Itô, is more of a predictable finale.

Gorezone
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2 weeks ago

This film was made in 1972, not 1973. Viewing order is as follows...Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion (1972), Female Prisoner Scorpion: Jailhouse #41 (1972), Female Prisoner Scorpion: Beast Stable (1973), Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701's Grudge Song (1973). Meiko Kaji is a screen legend! Female Prisoner Scorpion series AND Lady Snowblood should be on your must-see lists!

kyngsyng
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1 month ago

Not the strongest of conclusion but a satisfying one. Matsu is so legendary and the series is so great, I love them all. Watching all for in a row like i did is definitely the best way to do it. I hope to find more like this. I know they're out there.

what'sinthebox
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3 months ago