Day of the Woman. It's amazing to watch this movie today, as it was truly ahead of its time in 1978. Sure, over-the-top violence was on the market, but not in the same vein. The vein I'm talking about is realism or naturalism, which this movie aspires to portray. Though it is what it is, exploitation, female depravity, hard to watch; there is some good food for thought concerning base male sexuality (and how to deal with it). And, if you don't want to think too much, the movie offers plenty of delightful visuals, especially the tastefully implied visuals, e.g. the infamous bathtub scene!