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This is a 15-minute short film written and directed by Bastian Schweitzer 10 years ago. He has not made any other known films since then, so it's no surprise I cannot really see great talent in this one here. It's about a young French man, apparently of North African descent, who works as a hustler, which means he has sex with men and an elderly woman for money. She is played by the mysterious Amanda Lear, who is easily the biggest star in this movie. Unfortunately, she cannot elevate the mediocre material either. Schweitzer tried to make it artistic, but I cannot see him having succeeded here. The vulgar language may make it rougher, but it's just not working in my opinion. Not recommended. If you still want to watch it, make sure you get subtitles unless you speak French.
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