Sean Gilman’s review published on Letterboxd:
Lots of movies have this premise: a lone hero rides into town, gets involved in a fight, takes down the bad guys, then rides off into the sunset. But I don’t know that I’ve ever seen one where every death is basically the fault of the hero. Like, if she hadn’t gotten involved (egging that fighter on, for example), pretty much everyone would have been better off. Sure, that gang fight in the beginning might have gone poorly, but at least Meiko Kaji would probably still be alive. Credit to Akiko Wada for looking supercool while being an unintentional Yojimbo, dooming all the delinquent girls with her calls for motorcycle freedom.