Nice! I’m glad you found it. I personally prefer infiltrarors much more. I also recently got a membership for Sophie’s fantasy art. Very happy about thattomjeus, your post reminded me that I actually have the movie Female Mercenaries 2: Mad Doctor of Zombie Island. This is an amateur movie from 1992 and it definitely reflects that. However, the whole thing is fun in a campy sort of way. It does have quite a bit of zako action, but that is mixed in with many other elements that seem forced in to appeal to a variety of different interests. On the plus side, the camera often lingers for quite a while on the defeated zako, and shows them from different angles. Even today very few producers do that!
I won't post the full movie online because, out of principle, I think we should support independent productions that cater to our interests. Even if the movie is 30 years old.
However, I will post a review with screenshots. I should mention, I have no idea what the plot is because, like tomjeus, I skimmed through the movie with it muted. I'm not even sure which is the good side and which is bad. But the movie description says two armies of cloned girls are fighting for control, so perhaps both sides are zako. Works for me!
As the movie starts, one girl is running from another. They end up fighting in a pond. Another girl shows up and helps the one who was being chased. They drown their common enemy and the camera lingers a bit on the zako as she floats facedown.
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A zako from a different faction is knocked out and captured by a male fighter:
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These two zako think they have captured a male intruder. They are in for a shocking surprise.
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My favorite zako by far. She is damn near perfect. And yet she only appears once! In a movie about cloned armies, she only appears once! Why!?!?
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A scene most are aware of, where three zako from the opposing faction are piled up. There is a short bit before the third zako falls when you get an upskirt of the first two zako. There is also a fourth zako that is taken out a bit later, though she does not become part of the pile.
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Did I mention the camera often lingers on defeated zako and shows them from different angles?
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There is a surprising amount of outdoor zako action. Many producers/actresses are unwilling to do outdoor action like this, so props are due.
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Eventually the zako in the tan uniforms are defeated. We get more nice shots of defeated zako, and a clone of the same zako who was drowned at the beginning ends up being drowned again.
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So that's Female Mercenaries 2: Mad Doctor of Zombie Island. Pretty decent zako flick, especially for something from 1992. But that's not all! The movie comes with "Extras", which includes a pure zako-themed part where cloned zako consistently lose an outdoor firefight. Video quality is poor, and I wish there was some variety in the zako, but the actress who plays the clones is willing to fall flat outdoors, and even roll downhill, so this gets a thumbs up from me. Here is a video sample:
And some screenshots:
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This may be one of the earliest examples of a video catering specifically to zako interests, long before the term 'zako' even came into use. Moreover, the willingness of the actress to perform in such an outdoor environment, and of the producer to linger on the defeated zako and show multiple angles, is something most zako-themed videos fail to do even today.
One nice thing about the camera lingering on a defeated zako in an outdoor environment: you can loop the video and get an effect that is like observing a defeated zako in real time. The grass waves in the wind, but the zako lies still. It's like there are a bunch of security cameras around and the defeated zako just happen to fall right in view of them. What's on camera 4? A defeated zako! What's on camera 12? Another defeated zako!
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Link to the purchase page for anyone interested:
Wave Movies: Female Mercenaries 2
I do agree that it is good practice to include the title and source when posting zako content. We are a small community and we should be willing to help others find the same material we have.
On the other hand, there is a difference between asking for info and being obnoxious. One poster on zakoholic's twitter posted the same demand for info several times in one day. I think he posted a demand for info even after zakoholic had listed the name of the movie. Dealing with that sort of behavior, I can understand his reaction. I do hope he will continue sharing with us, but people need to think about how they are coming across.
Speaking from personal experience, it can take a lot of time and effort to find, process, and share zako material. The least others can do is be respectful when asking that material be shared.
btw the blonde who appears in one scene’s name is Suzy Lorraine. She appearsquite a bit in the motherless archives if youre on that site