Thana becomes a feminist in a very real sense. Like many Feminists were, she is a victim of male brutality. Feminists are from normal people as the “theory” of Feminism is a Lesbian one. Every Feminist that I have had the misfortune of meeting, had some very serious issues and a special place for young ladies. They expect the world to conform to their social abstraction, thus destroying the nuclear family in the process. The “god playing” Rockefeller foundation funded their subversive cause also known as “The Woman‘s Liberation" movement. Feminism, like the killer Thana, is social abstraction at the most brutal low.
Thana has made all males her enemies and all females her allies (even ones attempting to kill her). She is incapable of feeling any type of empathy for the opposite sex. The irony being, that as a male viewer, I felt completely heartbroken by her character. A tragic beautiful woman that can no longer function in society is not the most heartwarming thing to see. It becomes clear from the beginning that Thana’s “transformation” has essentially ended her life in the normal sense. Ms. 45 is truly a film of nihilistic horrors.
Actress Zoë Tamerlis Lund would later go on to co-write the script for psycho, drug-addict cop flick Bad Lieutenant with Abel Ferrara. Like her character in Bad Lieutenant, Zoë Tamerlis Lund had a problem with needles and later transferred that horrible vice to cocaine. She died of a heart attack resulting from a Cocaine overdose in 1997. I believe that the “acting” Zoë Tamerlis Lund does in Ms. 45 is more real than one wants to believe. After watching Ms. 45 for the first time, I can easily say that it is the greatest American female revenge film.