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I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, and that might explain the low feedback for this movie. There is only one single setting through the entire film which is very interesting actually The film is definitely worth a look. Overall, the film doesn't explore more than a simplistic look between money, sex and emotions.
Read More Reviewed by harry 9 This is a truly wonderful film, made in the true spirit of inventive, exciting indie filmmaking. The transitions were good and provided the meaning intended. It tries to explicitly imply the power that sex has on people, and the reversal of roles in the film helps to dictate this well. Movie Reviews Reviewed by cB 5 This movies does what it intends to do. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, and that might explain the low feedback for this movie. This is quality stuff and worth a look without question. It's shot in black and white as the title dadurch points at. The male gaze is amplified with Matthew Holmes the interviewer , who essentially explores his own prior relationships through relating to various prostitutes.
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Go and see this film - support it - tell distributors and exhibitors to get behind this film - the Australian film industry desperately NEEDS unique films like this to drag it out of its torpor. This film is catchy, never loses your attention, doesn't grow dull for a split second, and best of all Overall, the film doesn't explore more than a simplistic look between money, sex and emotions. Listening to a prostitute talking about her experiences is really damn interesting You won't regret watching this unless you're incapable of talking or listening to people talking about sex. The acting is pretty good and convincing. Movie Reviews Reviewed by cB 5 This movies does what it intends to do.