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YMMV: The Leech Woman
  • Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: Is there ANYONE in this movie that isn't an objectively terrible person?! And what does that say about the people who made it?!
  • Family-Unfriendly Aesop: "Old women are evil!"
    • Alternatively, "Bitter old drunks willing to commit murder to keep their looks are evil".
    • "What woman lives, who has passed the prime of her life, that would not give her remaining years to reclaim even a few moments of joy and happiness and to know the worship of men?". In other words, it's impossible for an older woman to be happy. Better to be young and sexy for a few hours, because life sucks as soon as no one wants to bang you.
  • Unfortunate Implications: Oh god, this could be Unfortunate Implications: The Movie: every single male character instantly pounces on the most attractive female around (Regardless of whether or not they're in a relationship), and are willing to literally leave them for dead once they get old and aren't so hot anymore; women are completely defined by their ability to attract men, and those that can't are better off dead. And if it's NOT base lust that motivates everyone, it's lust for money. Not a single character ever voices objection when another is murdered, and everybody seems all-too eager to kill. Perhaps a better alternate name would be Humans Are Bastards: The Movie.
  • Values Dissonance: This movie is a great step sideways in racial sensitivity.
    • The Africans in this film are not idiots, but actually cunning, and are actually the most likeable characters in the film. Keep in mind this film was released in The Fifties.
    • The attitudes towards women are appalling, even for the time period. Hell, the entire movie stands as a colossal ode to misanthropy.

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