|Directed by||Shuta Takahata|
|Produced by||Matsuura Max|
|Written by||Osamu Suzuki|
Mari Hamada (濱田マリ)
|Distributed by||Avex Entertainment
|Release dates||December 20, 2006|
Cherry Girl is a J-Drama featuring Japanese artist Kumi Koda. The film was directed by Shuta Takahata (The Hotel Venus) and is written by Osamu Suzuki (Love Com, Hito Ni Yasashiku & smaSTATION.) Cherry Girl was Kumi Koda's acting debut.
Cherry Girl has described as "the Japanese Charlie's Angels" The story centers around three women: Kumi (Kumi Koda), Yu (Yuko Ito) and Meg (MEGUMI.) At night they manage a bar called Cherry Girl and are the life of the party. During the day, they tend to lounge around, go out to eat and have fun. While they continue with their daily lives, they also have a secret life, they are detectives and are called away without a moment's notice. They are willing to handle almost any case and are not afraid to fight men more than twice their size.
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