There's a strong anti-male message throughout the film but it defeats itself by having some really despicable characters. I guess they try to justify the females' crimes because they were motivated by the horrible men in their lives but later on they involve innocents. I'm not sure entirely what the film was trying to say because it just seemed hypocritical. That being said, this was a very stylish film with some really great lighting. Meiko Kaji has such an amazing presence despite barely having any lines. She's just so badass and seductive.