I’m not sure whether to give you the official content warning on this one. Do heavy handed innuendo and atmospheric skeeviness really warrant a viewer advisory?
All the same, you probably wouldn’t want someone to catch you watching it.
As crass as it is, it’s brilliantly efficient in the way it manages to hit PETA’s two target audiences with one stone: young hipsters, who’ll appreciate the ’70s porn conventions ironically, and graying leftists, who’ll appreciate them earnestly/wistfully.
Exit question: What would a conscientious, pro-animal-rights feminist say?