She is sad because of Ricos death. Other than this, the world government is painted like a fascist regime, and it really works. Keep in mind, most of the violence is part of the satire and is played for laughs, but that makes it all the more shocking. Robocop was just urban politics — this was about American politics. As a European it seemed to me that certain aspects of US society could become fascistic: Humanity's craving for violence is what causes all the problems. In all seriousness, the only real problem is the violence. On the one hand, the scene showing male and female soldiers all showering together was shocking. I would highly recommend it, because even if you don't quite get the massive joke that is this movie's premise, the special effects aren't even half bad by today's standards, utilizing creature effects when possible to make some truly terrifying, brain sucking, fire spitting foes for our not-so-heroic heroes, and the fight scenes are actually pretty cool to look at, even if they don't have many of the elements from the novel such as the power suits. While there is quite a bit of female nudity, it's largely in non-sexual shower sequences. With that being said, there is one scene with sexual nudity, but it doesn't last very long, and it isn't essential to the plot, so you can skip it. The effects are actually quite convincing. He talks about his bad math results and asks her if she wants to sleep with him. It is all one big joke, and the studios involved really don't care if you get it. Here and there are single scenes missing in the Workprint, mainly FX scenes, which supposedly haven't been completeted.