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Zero Woman - The Accused [VHS]

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(Jun 27, 2000)
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After murdering a crooked lawyer to the strains of a bubblegum-pop song, stone-cold government assassin Zero Woman (played by Mai Taichira) adopts a "stray dog" of a street hustler, a combination boyfriend and pet who hides a deadly secret. Taichira is more expressive than other Zero Women, at times even cheerful, but is still ready to lose her clothes for numerous showers and sex scenes. More muddled than previous Zero Woman films, this one abruptly changes direction from the investigation of a double agent in the government to a cross-dressing serial killer. Yet this sleek, low-budget video production has its charms beyond the expected boobs and bullets: the empty, artfully austere apartments Zero Woman inhabits (an echo of the film's inspiration, La Femme Nikita), the impulsive loyalty she invests in fleeting friends, and an emotional ferocity that takes over the unusually affecting climax. More than in any other film, Zero Woman here becomes a tragic figure, trapped in a prison known as Zero Division, doomed to the life of a killer, under the thumb of a bored boss who informs her "You aren't the first and you won't be the last." He was right: this was Taichira's only appearance as Zero Woman. --Sean Axmaker

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