Sex & Fury
|Sex & Fury|
|Directed by||Norifumi Suzuki|
|Produced by||Kanji Amao|
|Written by||Tarō Bonten
|Music by||Ichirō Araki|
|Edited by||Isamu Ichida|
|Distributed by||Toei Company|
Sex & Fury, translated Story of Delinquent Female Boss: o-Chō Inoshika (不良姐御伝 猪の鹿お蝶 Furyō anego den: Inoshika o-Chō), is a 1973 Japanese action-thriller film directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starring Reiko Ike.
It was followed by Female Yakuza Tale: Inquisition and Torture in the same year.
The film tells the story of a female petty criminal, played by Reiko Ike, who becomes involved in international intrigue while searching for the sister of a man she saw murdered in a gambling den, as well as the gangsters responsible for murdering her father during her childhood.
- Reiko Ike as Ochō Inoshika
- Akemi Negishi as Ogin Shitateya
- Ryōko Ema as Omiya
- Yōko Hori as Okinu
- Naomi Oka as Okoi
- Rena Ichinose as Osayo Igirisu
- Yōko Mihara as Yaeji
- Christina Lindberg as Christina
According to Christina Lindberg, while on a plane to Stockholm, she was approached by two Japanese men who asked her if she would be interested in working in Japan. Her reply was "why not" and soon afterwards she was in Japan working for Toei. She spent two and a half months in Japan, appearing in Sex and Fury and later in a larger role in Sadao Nakajima's 1973 film, Porno Queen: Japan Sex Tour.
The film was made available for U.S. audiences when Panic House released it on region 1 DVD on September 27, 2005. 
- Sex & Fury at the Japanese Movie Database (in Japanese)
- Sex & Fury at AllMovie
- Sex & Fury on IMDb
- Review at ReelBad
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