Working Girls (1987)
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Filmed in a near-documentary style, trying to hide that it's more or less a clinical study masked as a fiction film.
Detailed, entrancing look at a day in the life of a New York brothel.
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Prostitution is a polarizing issue, but Borden gives us an even-handed film that neither condemns nor celebrates the "oldest profession." It's a fine piece of work that encourages discussion rather than providing a pat point of view.
Interesting story but it's hard to get past the poor and unprofessional acting from most of the cast. The low budget isn't a plus for this film either. But it is a story that doesn't bore, and it keeps the film alive.
(***): [img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/user/icons/icon14.gif[/img] A good independent film. Well-written and I just loved how "real" the film felt and how it was acted.
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