Kazuo Hara and Miyuki Takada have been married three years when Takada leaves her husband. She’s a radical feminist and wants to liberate herself from traditional gender roles. As a form of therapy, filmmaker Kazuo Hara follows her with his camera. Hara shows us Takada’s relationship with a woman, her affair with a black American soldier, her immersion in the nightclub life of Okinawa, and how she ultimately finds salvation in a women’s commune. His film is an emblematic document of the 1970s, one in which all taboos are broken—even the birth of Takada’s baby is in full view.