The simplicity of the black & white with red is beautiful, it really pushes the feeling of goddess-like elegance. It also allows the focus to be on the serious allusions in the MV and the song itself. We've got some BDSM, homo-eroticism, sexuality in general, as well as the nature of dominance, dependence, innocence, and love. All of it's arranged very in a very tidy, allusive manner, made known only by a few suggestive and symbolic objects and outfits. It's absolutely beautiful how they did it, the girl in white standing at the bar; the girl in the white & pink jersey that says 'pervert'; the girl in white laid out on the table with the gun in contrast to the girl in black with the rose . . . It really is simply beautiful. The visual transitions are perfectly well placed, timed to fit neatly within the arcs of the song. The Choreography is lovely, very elegant and sexy. The MV doesn't make much use of it, but there are enough short shots to make the a point.
I love it, hands down it's my favorite Nine Muses release to date.