Girl's Blood

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Girl's Blood
Girl's Blood poster.jpeg
Directed by Koichi Sakamoto
Produced by
  • Hidehisa Chiwata
  • Jungo Maruta
  • Ujikatsu Omori
Screenplay by Takehiko Minato
Based on Aka x Pink
by Kazuki Sakuraba
Music by Yasuhiro Mizawa
Cinematography Shu G. Momose
Edited by Hiroshi Sunaga
Distributed by Kadokawa Pictures
Release date
  • February 22, 2014 (2014-02-22) (Japan)
Running time
118 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Girl's Blood (赤×ピンク, Aka x Pinku) is a 2014 Japanese erotic action film directed by Koichi Sakamoto and written by Takehiko Minato, based on the novel Aka × Pink by Kazuki Sakuraba and distributed by Kadokawa. It was released on 22 February 2014.[1]


Four girls take part in illegal underground fighting event "Girl's Blood" held at an abandoned school building in Roppongi every night. The girls have their own stories and quirks from their private lives. Satsuki (Yuria Haga) suffers from a gender identity disorder, Chinatsu (Asami Tada) ran away from an abusive husband, Miko (Ayame Misaki) is a S&M queen and Mayu (Rina Koike) has a Lolita face.



Patryk Czekaj, in a review on Twitch Film, called the film a "especially entertaining and laugh-inducing" guilty pleasure.[2]


  1. ^ 赤×ピンク (2014). (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved 3 May 2014. 
  2. ^ Patryk Czekaj. "Udine 2014 Review: Girl-Powered GIRL'S BLOOD Mixes Violence And Nudity In A Strangely Mesmerizing Manner". Twitch Film. Retrieved 3 May 2014. 

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