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Baby Assassins

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Baby Assassins
Beibî warukyûre
Theatrical release poster
Country Japan.jpg Japan
Directed by Yugo Sakamoto
Release Date 2021
Language Japanese
Studio Shaiker
Distributor Shaiker (Japan)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Chisato Sugimoto Akari Takaishi
Mahiro Fukugawa Saori Izawa
Watabe Masanori Mimoto
Himari Hamaoka Mone Akitani
Ippei Hamaoka Yasukaze Motomiya

Baby Assassins (Japanese title: ベイビーわるきゅーれ, Beibî warukyûre; lit. "Baby Valkyries") is a 2021 action-comedy film starring Akari Takaishi and Saori Izawa as Chisato Sugimoto and Mahiro Fukugawa, two high school students moonlighting as hitmen who find their friendship falling apart as the hitman organization they work for orders them to share an apartment. As their assassinations draw the attention of the Hamaoka yakuza family, who plan to kill the girls themselves, the two of them realize that they must repair their friendship and work together to keep themselves and each other safe. The film would go on to gain a very positive response from both audiences and critics around the world, with praise going to the film's tone and direction, the chemistry of the main stars, and action choreography. A sequel, Baby Assassins 2 Babies, was released in 2023.

The following weapons were used in the film Baby Assassins:


Heckler & Koch USP

The Heckler & Koch USP is used by most of the characters throughout the film.

Heckler & Koch USP - 9x19mm
Chisato Sugimoto (Akari Takaishi) holding her USP.
Watabe (Masanori Mimoto) holding Chisato's USP.
Himari Hamaoka (Mone Akitani) inspecting the USP (under the influence of alcohol).
Kazuki Hamaoka (Satoshi Uekiya) threatening an undercover Chisato with his USP.
Chisato offers Mahiro a USP as they prepare to take care of the Hamaokas.
Mahiro Fukagawa (Saori Izawa) aiming the USP.
Ippei Hamaoka (Yasukaze Motomiya) teaching Himari how to fire a gun (on a family prisoner) as Kazuki watches.
Chisato aims Kazuki's gun at him after stunning him and taking it from him.
Chisato and Mahiro aiming their USPs.
Saori Izawa holds the USP as she poses with Akari Takaishi and a BOB training dummy in a publicity image.

Walther PPK/S

A suppressed, stainless Walther PPK/S is used by Mahiro Fukagawa (Saori Izawa).

Stainless Walther PPK/S with suppressor - .380 ACP
Mahiro aims the silenced PPK/S in the film's opening.
Mahiro holding the PPK/S after Chisato uses it to dispose of a captive target.
Mahiro holding the PPK/S in her mouth after taking care of a target.
Publicity shot of Saori Izawa with the pistol.

Glock 17

The USPs used by the characters change to Glock 17s in multiple continuity errors in the film's climax.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Himari Hamaoka (Mone Akitani) firing Chisato's USP (which appears as a Glock in a continuity error) in the film's climax.
Mahiro running out of ammo. Her USP becomes a Glock in a continuity error.
Mahiro aiming the Glock at Watabe.
Himari aims the Glock down at Chisato.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is seen in the hands of multiple Hamaoka family thugs.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Mahiro shoots a thug holding a 92.

IMI Desert Eagle

An IMI Desert Eagle is held by a Hamaoka family henchman in the film's climax.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE

Unknown pistols

Multiple unknown pistols are used by multiple Hamaoka family henchmen in the film's climax.


Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Chisato uses a Heckler & Koch MP5K with an MP5K-PDW-style stock in the film's climax. The gun is referred to as "the machine gun" throughout the film.

Heckler & Koch MP5K with PDW-style stock - 9x19mm
The MP5K with PDW stock taped and hidden under a table.
Chisato aims the MP5K.
Chisato with the MP5.
The MP5K on the floor.
Chisato lets the MP5 loose in the film's climax.
Chisato finds herself in awe at the power of the machine gun.

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