This early Radley Metzger film follows a day in the lives of two "working girls", one in Paris and one in Germany, and their odd assortment of clients and adventures. Directed with panache and taste, it shows Metzger's emerging talent well before he hit his stride and developed a remarkable personal style with "Carmen, Baby" and "Camille 2000". The episodic structure and omniscient narrator betray the film's "Nudie Cutie" influences, while the visual flair, high-class settings, jazz score and eliptic dialogue reveal an affinity with the erotic Euro-stylings of Pecas et al. Recommended mainly for completists of the genre.
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