Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974) 1080p YIFY Movie

Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974) 1080p

Lady Snowblood (Shurayuki-hime) is caught by the police and sentenced to death for her crimes (in Lady Snowblood I). As she is sent to the gallows she is rescued by the secret police who offer her a deal to assassinate some revolutionaries.

IMDB: 6.40 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Thriller
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.49G
  • Resolution: 1920*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: Japanese 2.0  
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 
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  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 3

The Synopsis for Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974) 1080p

Lady Snowblood (Shurayuki-hime) is caught by the police and sentenced to death for her crimes (in Lady Snowblood I). As she is sent to the gallows she is rescued by the secret police who offer her a deal to assassinate some revolutionaries.

The Director and Players for Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974) 1080p

[Director]Toshiya Fujita
[Director]J?z? Itami
[Role:]Kazuko Yoshiyuki
[Role:]Yoshio Harada
[Role:]Meiko Kaji

The Reviews for Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (1974) 1080p

A Good Movie with a Rather Disappointing EndingReviewed byUriah43Vote: 7/10

This movie begins with several samurai attempting to ambush "Kashima Yoki" (Meiko Kaji) but abruptly getting slain for their efforts. Even so, her activities don't go unnoticed and soon she becomes one of the most wanted outlaws in Japan and is hunted mercilessly. Then one day the odds become too much to overcome and she is captured and subsequently tried and convicted by a court of law. However, on the day of her scheduled execution she is rescued by a small group of men led by a man named "Kikui Seishiro" (Shin Kishida) who has great need of her extraordinary skills as an assassin. But first she has to ingratiate herself with her target who goes by the name of "Ransui Tokunaga" (J?z? Itami) in order to steal a document in his possession that has great value to Kikui. What she doesn't know, however, is that Kikui isn't who he appears to be and that there is much more to Ransui than she realizes. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this film was a bit more realistic than the previous film which helped it to some extent. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed in the ending and for that reason I have had to lower my rating accordingly. Slightly above average.

Less Vengeance, More Heroism - Lady Snowblood Is Back!Reviewed byWitchfinder-General-666Vote: 7/10

Toshiya Fujita's "Shura-yuki-hime: Urami Renga" aka. "Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song Of Vengeance" of 1974 is a quite different, but more than decent sequel to Fujita's blood-soaked and beautiful 1973 gem "Shurayukihime" (aka. "Lady Snowblood"). While the film does not nearly reach the greatness of its superb predecessor, "Love Song Of Vengeance" is yet another original and highly entertaining film that no lover of Japanese Cinema in general, and Chambara and Japanese Exploitation in particular should consider missing. The film sadly cannot compete with its predecessor's unique style and beauty, but it is still stylish, and furthermore delivers a good story, and, most memorably, the wonderful Meiko Kaji, who comes back with greatness as the eponymous (anti-)heroine.

As it was the case with several other sequels to popular Japanese 70s exploitation flicks, the sequel adds some political/social commentary to the mainly vengeance-based plot of its predecessor. Obviously, the film is set several years after the events in the original "Lady Snowblood". Yuki/Lady Snowblood (Meiko Kaji) is captured, and sentenced to death for the thirty-seven killings committed by her in the predecessor. She is then offered to carry out an assassination in order to escape her execution... I don't want to give away more, but I can assure that the plot gets quite interesting for my fellow Chambara-fanatics. Japanese Exploitation-Goddess Meiko Kaji (one of my personal favorite actresses ever) is once again stunningly beautiful and brilliant in her role. My personal favorite Kaji role will always be that of female prison escapee Nami Matsushima in the brilliant "Joshuu Sasori" (aka. "Female Prisoner Scorpion") films, but the role of Lady Snowblood is also essential, and no lover of Cult-cinema could afford to miss her in the role (especially in the original, but also in the sequel). Meiko's presence alone would make any film worthwhile, in my opinion, and the film has a lot more to offer. The film's is, once again, filled with quite a bit of stylish bloodshed, which is not quite as aesthetic, but at some points even bloodier than in the predecessor. Unfortunately, the score in this one is not as memorable as that in the original (for which Meiko Kaji sang the theme song), and yet it is more than decent. Nowadays, the "Lady Snowblood" films are probably best known for being the main inspiration for Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" films, but they sure deserve more attention for their own sake. The first film, "Lady Snowblood", is brilliant, and while "Love Song Of Vengeance" is not the masterpiece its predecessor was, it is still a highly entertaining, stylish and memorable film that I highly recommend to every lover of Chambara and Cult Cinema. My rating: 7.5/10

A lesser plot but still good for entertainmentReviewed bywierzbowskisteedmanVote: 8/10

As a die hard fan of the original from the first time I saw it, it was only natural for me to hunt down this follow up. While the original had a more simplistic, vengeance orientated plot, this sequel unfortunately bites off a bit more than it can chew as it weaves Yuki in with the politics of early 20 Century Japan and the events of the Russo-Japanese war. Overall it feels like the film is just cashing in on the popularity of Kaji Meiko generated by the first film.

That said, it still manages to entertain from the very start, with a wonderful sequence of Yuki hacking her way through a load of bad guys. Meiko lost none of her charisma from the original, which is really essential here as the film itself starts to trip of it's own plot after a while. The fact that politics is the theme here rather than vengeance doesn't give her quite as much to work with, but her ability to convey almost all of her emotions through her eyes is still a joy to watch.

Ultimately it is worth watching if you liked the original and find Kaji Meiko's presence to be enough to hold your attention. If you value a gripping plot over tremendous acting you'd be better of skipping this. The fact that the first film had both these elements and the sequel only has one makes it an inferior but still highly entertaining follow up.

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