Beverly Hills Madam, (Ladies of the Night) (1986)
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Boring, predictable, low quality movie I saw on TV one day.
Comes off as more of a made for TV movie than high class cinema. Dunaway is in a film here that has borderline trashy implications. I find it difficult to see why she would do a film like this. Besides, the plot really doesn't seem to evolve into any terrible crisis.
Faye Dunaway stars as a cunning businesswoman whose handpicked stable of high-class call girls serves an exclusive clientele. She recruits beautiful young women by dazzling them with the glamour of life in the fast lane. But when several of her girls have doubts about their chosen profession, Dunaway's empire is in jeopardy.
Not terribly suspensful or erotic, I failed to be interested in this adult passion play. I found it uncomfortable to watch beautiful woman getting involved with such a morally bankrupt profession. Still, it could be just the film for you.
Famous music composer Lalo Shifrin also got involved with this tease drama.
Faye Dunaway (the Madam)
Robin Givens (name sounds familiar)
Louis Jourdan (veteran actor)
Director: Harvey Hart
Producer: Everett Chambers
Executive Producer: Nancy Sackett
Screenplay: Nancy Sackett
Composer: Lalo Schifrin (TV's Mission Imposible composer)
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