The film was most known for an explicit, frank, and honest three-minute love scene for its time, with the couple in their Venice hotel room (bathroom and bedroom) expressing their intimate and honest love for each other and reconnecting emotionally.
The scene was creatively edited - intercut and juxtaposed with their showering-bathing-dressing and preparations for going out to dinner.
The film's tagline hinted: Troubled hippie and liberal, guitar-strumming free spirit Edith Alice "Breezy" Breezerman (Kay Lenz) became involved in an intergenerational affair with Frank Harmon (William Holden), a cynical, insecure middle-aged, divorced businessman - and a conservative real-estate broker in the LA area.
They began the festivities with a slideshow of vintage erotic porn-photographs while feasting.
Coffy used her oversized revolver or sawed-off shotgun to kill drug suppliers and dealers.
Coffy's "wildcat" character, often exhibiting immoral behavior to defeat her enemies, was advertised with the tagline: This sleazy R-rated film included heavy doses of sex and nudity, low-cut clothing, and for some viewers a confirmation of the stereotyped societal perception that blacks were sexual animals.
The defiled statue had long red-tipped breasts, red color on both hands, and an elongated, erect yet sagging penis-shaped clay protuberance also daubed in red.
Co-writer/director Marco Ferreri's decadent black comedy-drama was about group sex and unbridled gastronomic and sexual indulgence (as a satirical critique of the destructive nature of western capitalism and affluence).