Assault Girls

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Assault Girls
Assault Girls.jpg
Directed by Mamoru Oshii
Geneon Universal Entertainment
Release dates
  • December 19, 2009 (2009-12-19)
Running time
85 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Assault Girls (アサルトガールズ?) is a 2009 Japanese science fiction action live-action feature film written and directed by Mamoru Oshii. It was released in Japan on December 19, 2009.[1]


In the aftermath of global thermonuclear war, three battle tested women wage war in a virtual reality videogame against giant mutant sandwhales. All of them seek to kill "Madara Sunakujira" the game's end boss but find that despite their high levels, are unable to engage it alone as they wish, forcing them to form a party to defeat it together. "Gray," a sniper who travels flying in her own plane, "Lucifer," a black dress wearing girl who can turn into a giant crow and uses magic spells, "Colonel," a woman in burgundy armor who uses an FN FAL with M203, and "Jäger," a drifter who uses a powerful sniper rifle and relies on his luck (despite the Game Master telling him his luck stat is very low). The four defeat Madara, but unfortunately for Jäger, only the first person to turn in the quest gets the points, all the girls having flying transports while he's left on foot. In anger Jäger shoots them all down and declares himself a "player killer", and all of them engage in a fire fight.



  • Mamoru Oshii - Director
  • Yuji Mori - Producer
  • Atsushi Kubo - Producer
  • Takeshi Harada - Executive Producer
  • Mamoru Oshii - Original story
  • Kenji Kawai - Music
  • Hiroaki Yuasa - Cinematographer
  • Akira Suzuki - CGI Director
  • Atsuki Sato - Cinematographer/Editor/VFX Supervisor
  • Francesco Prandoni and Andrez Bergen - English Narration Translators
  • Dave Fleming and Maki Terashima-Furuta - Dialogue Translators
  • Dango Takeda - Costume Designer
  • Michitoshi Kurokawa - Production Designer
  • SCREW by Kotoko - Theme Song
  • Bin Konno - Flight Choreographer


  1. ^ "アサルトガールズ(2009)". allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved May 26, 2015. 

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