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Writer:
Jonathan Gems (writer)
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Release Date:
15 January 1999 (Japan) See more »
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Tagline:
Men Are Scum
Plot:
The lives of four strange prostitutes will change forever when they go to the Mayor's birthday party. | Add synopsis »
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A Waste of a Good Cast in a Movie That Is Not a Comedy, Not a Drama and Not Erotic See more (3 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Julie Delpy ... Francesca

Georgina Cates ... Mimi

Pamela Gidley ... Dolly (as Pam Gidley)

Larry Drake ... Ray

Daniel Baldwin ... Tony

Patrick Dempsey ... Mike
Mariana Morgan ... Maxie

Alexander Zale ... Mahesh

Richmond Arquette ... Christopher
Sarah-Jane Wylde ... Bank Teller

Michael York ... Simon

Mink Stole ... Manageress

Mark Boone Junior ... Bruce (as Mark Boone Jr.)

Fenton Lawless ... Leo
George Lee Jones ... Marty

Yancy Butler ... Wendy
Thomas Pescod ... The Reverend / Angel
Stuart Lancaster ... Vinny
Kevin Williams ... Homeless Man

Vincent Perez ... Pierre

Alfred Molina ... The Colonel
Iain Jones ... Jock

Kitten Natividad ... Dancer at Party

Seymour Cassel ... Chip O'Herlihee

Jason Cairns ... French Chef
Erik Hyler ... Orderly
Stefan Medin ... Paramedic
Scotty Brown ... Scotty

Robin Antin ... Dancer - The Pussycat Dolls

Lindsley Allen ... Dancer (The Pussycat Dolls)
Joie Shettler ... Dancer - The Pussycat Dolls
Jason Mason ... Soldier
Danny Preston ... Soldier
Sally McKissick ... Veronica
Emily Edmund ... Blind Waitress
Sabrina Paul ... Christopher's Sister
Nina Baker ... Church Lady #1
Laurie Frank ... Church Lady #2
Matthew Horton ... Businessman at Party
Megan Obadash ... Wig Girl at Party
Jeffrey Cairms ... French Chef #2
Jonathan Gems ... Doctor

Directed by
Jonathan Gems 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jonathan Gems  writer

Produced by
Denise Fitzgerald .... associate producer
Robert Mickelson .... producer
Susan Shapiro .... producer
Marcus Wylde .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Stephen Croes 
 
Cinematography by
Joey Forsyte 
 
Film Editing by
Ned Bastille 
 
Production Design by
Peter Paul Raubertas 
 
Costume Design by
Vernon Simon 
 
Production Management
Victor Ho .... unit production manager
Daniel Voltz .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Laurence Barbera .... first assistant director
Braden Barty .... assistant director
Rebecca Levinson .... second assistant director
Courtney Rowe .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Courtney Jackson .... property master
 
Sound Department
Scott C. Kolden .... foley recordist
Scott C. Kolden .... supervising sound effects editor
Dan Lipe .... boom operator
Pat Toma .... production sound mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Christine Benda .... dimmer board operator
Bryan Booth .... rigging gaffer
Evans Brown .... electrician
Jon 'Scooter' Cousins .... rigging grip
Jamal J. Farley .... best boy electric
Matthew Ferelli .... electrician
Stephen Franklin .... first assistant camera
Graham Futerfas .... electrician
Michael G. Gilman .... electrician
Steve Harshfield .... second assistant camera
Amy Hoffecker .... rigging electrician
Hiro Kakuhari .... rigging grip
Elsa Lind .... second assistant camera
Victor Macias .... rigging electrician
Bill-Brady Majors .... best boy grip
Roland Nocon .... grip
Ziggy Pedone .... electrician
Jennifer Perkins .... rigging gaffer
Anthony Ragonese .... key grip
Conrad Sigurdson .... rigging electrician
Josh Sinkoski .... electrician
Gary Spaulding .... grip
James Tiffany .... grip
Donna Vega .... gaffer
Chris Walters .... rigging electrician
Fritz Weber .... rigging key grip
 
Editorial Department
Morgan Beatty .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Darrell Dubovsky .... driver
Ken Kaplan .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Diana Lui .... production coordinator
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for sexuality, language and drug content
Runtime:
94 min | Germany:82 min
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Certification:
Germany:16 (video premiere) | South Korea:18 | USA:R

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5 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
A Waste of a Good Cast in a Movie That Is Not a Comedy, Not a Drama and Not Erotic, 30 October 2003
Author: Claudio Carvalho from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Tony (Daniel Baldwinn) has a brothel with three gorgeous prostitutes that satisfy any fantasy from any costumer. Francesca (Julie Delpy) is addicted and spends all her money on drugs. Mimi (Georgina Cates) is religious and donates all her money to the church. Dolly (Pamela Gidley) is bisexual and saves all her money with the intention to raise US$ 57,000.00 and buy a restaurant. She lives with her girlfriend Wendy (Yancy Butler). The story ends in a party for an important politician with a certain black humor. There is also a mushy situation with the character of Julie Delpy. And of course Dolly will raise the money she needs. But even being conclusive, the story does not satisfy the viewer. This movie wastes a good cast in a shallow screenplay without humor or drama. Further, it is not erotic and none of the actress shows her bodies. There is no scene with any of them naked. Only the beauty of Julie Delpy and Georgina Cates is not enough to support the plot. The front cover of the Brazilian VHS lists Valeria Golino as part of the cast, but I have not located her in the film. I looked also in the credits and in the IMDb cast and I believe this information is completely wrong. One more mistake presented in a mistakable movie. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "O Clube dos Prazeres" ("The Club of the Pleasure")

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