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Director:
Writer:
Michael Glawogger (screenplay)
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Release Date:
27 April 2012 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
An examination of the lives, needs, troubles and hopes of prostitutes in Thailand, Bangladesh and Mexico. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
3 wins & 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
This was a waste of time... See more (12 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Emma ... Herself (Bangkok)
Ning ... Herself (Bangkok)
Toh ... Himself (Bangkok)
Wat ... Himself (Bangkok)
Palm ... Himself (Bangkok)
Mina ... Herself (Faridpur)
Jhorna ... Herself (Faridpur)
Ruma ... Herself (Faridpur)

Directed by
Michael Glawogger 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Glawogger  screenplay

Produced by
Pepe Danquart .... co-producer
Alfred Deutsch .... line producer
Anne Even .... commissioning editor: ZDF/Arte
Klaus Hipfl .... commissioning editor: ORF
Erich Lackner .... producer
Chris Lowenstein .... consulting producer
Thomas Pridnig .... producer (as Tommy Pridnig)
Mirjam Quinte .... co-producer
Peter Wirthensohn .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Wolfgang Thaler 
 
Film Editing by
Monika Willi 
 
Production Management
Victor Solorio Reyna .... unit manager: Mexico
Viktoria Zellner .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Petra Fischer .... assistant director: Mexico
Md. Shahadat Hossai .... assistant director: Bangladesh
Clara Marin .... assistant director: Mexico
Pravee Niamskul .... assistant director: Thailand
 
Art Department
Liz Pompe .... graphics
 
Sound Department
Ekkehart Baumung .... sound mixer
Stefan K. Fiedler .... audio transfer
Tobias Fleig .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Fürstenberg .... technical supervisor: sound
Sebastian Heyser .... foley editor
Thomas Kalbér .... re-recording assistant
René Kornfeld .... voice recordist
Martin Langenbach .... foley artist
Erik Mischijew .... dialogue editor
Erik Mischijew .... sound designer
Matz Müller .... sound designer
Paul Oberle .... sound mixer
Sebastian Schmidt .... foley editor
Christoph Wieczorek .... foley editor
Christoph Wieczorek .... foley recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Christine Boy .... junior compositor
Matthias Brauner .... title animator
Nina Knott .... visual effects producer
Abraham Schneider .... senior compositor
Dominik Trimborn .... head of visual effects
Klaus Wuchta .... senior compositor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
G.M.B. Akash .... photographer: Bangladesh
Vinai Dithjohn .... photographer: Thailand
Maya Goded .... photographer: Mexico
Martin Hanslmayr .... first assistant camera
S.M. Kakon .... gaffer: Bangladesh
Tesakarn Leopakdee .... dolly: second assistant camera: Thailand (as Tesakarn 'Joe' Laopakdee)
Alan Patinu Santiago .... lighting technician: Mexico
Luis Patinu Santiago .... lighting technician: Mexico
Ratan .... lighting technician: Bangladesh
Alejandro Tapia Fenton .... assistant camera: Mexico
Wolfgang Thaler .... lighting
Weerspong 'Mee' Tharneerat .... second assistant camera: Thailand
Jaturong Wuttikarn .... second assistant camera: Thailand
 
Editorial Department
Christoph Brunner .... additional assistant editor
Christopher Chaber .... digital intermediate editor
Julia Drack .... assistant editor
Joachim Eicher .... post-production coordinator
Maike Jahn .... digital intermediate engineer
Alex Klippe .... digital intermediate producer
Alarich Lenz .... additional assistant editor
Harald Schernthaner .... head of digital film production: ARRI
Daniel Schwerdtfeger .... colorist: dailies
Manfred Turek .... senior digital colorist
 
Music Department
Tina Funk .... music supervisor
Charlotte Goltermann .... music supervisor
Richard Pappick .... score
Sven Regener .... score
 
Other crew
Taned Amonpiyalerk .... translator: Thailand
Neamul Bashir .... translator: Bangladesh
Guillermo J. Deisler .... film laboratory manager
Joachim Eicher .... production coordinator
Bettina Englisch .... production accountant
Renata Jakic .... production coordinator
Pornpan Jormsak .... production coordinator: Thailand (as Pongpan 'Goong' Jomsak)
Sacchu Kahn .... production assistant: Bangladesh
Richard Lormand .... publicist: international
Kimi Lum .... translator
Clara Marin .... translator: Mexico
Liam McEvoy .... dvd mastering
Barbara Pridnig .... production coordinator
Kenneth Stiller .... project coordinator: cinema
Andreas Thomas .... project coordinator: dailies
Natthawan Uapahurat .... production accountant: Thailand (as Natthawan Uaphahurat)
Desiree Wachmann .... production coordinator (as Désirée Wachmann)
Nina Wilhelm .... production coordinator
Sabine Witasek .... production coordinator
Viktoria Zellner .... production coordinator
 
Thanks
Marisa Growaldt .... thanks
Helmut Köpping .... thanks
 

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'Whore's Glory' is the third and final part in Michael Glawogger's "globalization-documentaries", the others being Megacities (1998) and Workingman's Death (2005).See more »
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5 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
This was a waste of time..., 12 December 2013
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

This documentary was nowhere near as interesting as it could have been. Why? Well because we never really got a real glimpse into the lives and existences of the prostitutes portrayed in the documentary.

The documentary is divided into three segments; "The Fishtank" in Bangkok/Thailand, "The City of Joy" in Faridpur/Bangladesh, and finally "The Zone" in Reynosa/Mexico.

"The Fishtank" proved to be the most 'glamorous' of the places shown and of the three segments. Now, the word is being used in a less than positive way, mind you. Here the women sit on display behind a wall of glass for the patrons in the bar to gawk and pick from, calling out their numbers when they settle on a woman. This segment was also the least interesting, because it basically told no story of the women working there. It was all just about showing how the business worked at that given location.

"The City of Joy" was the most downtrodden and depressing of the segments. However, this was also where the director actually started to step up and show the story of some of the women working there. The conditions shown here were just atrocious, and there were even little children living in the environment. The milieu here was really harsh and gray.

"The Zone" turned out to be the must 'in-your-face' segment, in the terms that we we got to see the conditions the women were working under and also showed that drugs was, of course, a part of life in "The Zone". This segment also allowed the viewers to get to become acquainted with some of the women there. Be warned though, that this segment does hold some sexual graphic scenes, which might not just be suitable for anyone.

I had expected to actually get a better insight in the world of prostitution and the world these people live in. But at almost 2 hours, this documentary proved to be very little educational. And as the end credits started to roll on the screen, I must admit that I sat there thinking "what was the purpose of this?". Director Michael Glawogger veered right away from anything that really could pass as educational and proper documentary.

I just love the irony of how the synopsis claims: "The documentary revolves around the lives and individual hopes, needs and experiences of the women." This is such a stretch and can hardly pass as being proper information about the contents.

If you enjoy documentaries about the shadier sides of life, then chances are that your time is much better spent elsewhere.

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