Palm Pictures has bought the rights to Meike Mitsuru's political and sexual satire, The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai.

The film centers on a Japanese call girl who gets caught up in international intrigue, notes The Hollywood Reporter. The title character gets shot in the head after a fight breaks out at her sexual role-playing club, allowing her to understand foreign languages and solve complex mathematic formulas. She discovers a finger cut from the American president in her pocket and is soon using her newfound powers to stop evil forces from 'pushing the button' to start worldwide nuclear war.

The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai will be released in theaters in early April and on Palm's DVD label shortly thereafter.