- Family-Unfriendly Aesop: Apparently the moral of the story is that all men hate women, and that male homosexuality is an expression of this hate.
- Nausea Fuel
- Squick: Most of the movie journeys into this, but special mention goes to the scene where we get a three-second shot of a plastic mannequin (made to resemble The Women in her prepubescence) with graphically detailed genitals.
- True Art Is Angsty: Why does The Woman cut herself? Because she's a woman.
- True Art Is Incomprehensible: Their dialogue.
- Unfortunate Implications: Among them, all men are unfeeling sexists (and homosexuality is a byproduct of this sexism) and women are passive weaklings.