A fascinating look at the counterculture of the early 70's, a social commentary of issues many would prefer to sweep under the carpet. The slapdash style of the animation will put many off, but it actually adds to the sleaze and seediness of the urban environment it portrays, one brimming with rot and moral corruption. The real life backgrounds add a gritty degree of realism to the film.
The pinball machine represents life as a game every phase of it using a new credit.
The violence in the film takes on a comical quality through the loose lunacy of the animated motion. Not a film for all tastes, sure, but looked upon in the timeframe of the society it's depicting makes for fascinating viewing.