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How disappointing this movie was. I was expecting it to be real sleazy, with a lot of sex and nudity. Hey, that's my thing. Instead. like that Daryl Hannah film, Whore, we've again for a kind of a part docu film, where again the result here, is pretty disastrous. This is in the life of a pimp, who honestly, we really don't care much for. He's not interesting enough, or nearly not at all to be precise. This pimp is faced with a dilemma and could very well be, digging a hole for himself. We have again those talk to camera shots, where frankly, Dyer's acting as an despicable mob guy, again is too much. Yet he does give a strong and nasty performance, but he tries too hard. See this with other films he acts in. And who else should pop up, as one of his girls, a Hostel hottie. Dyer's actions too towards the end are sick as well as being so over the top. These and those dull realistic scenes of the pimp and his new found Asian girlfriend go together like Norman Bates and Gandhi. If you're thinking of hiring this to see a lot of T and A, or a lot of sex, as expecting this to be, like a lot of other saucy prostitute flicks, you will be pretty shot down. There is some, in this but it's tasteless. Honestly watching these pro dramas, done in a doco versus fiction style, honestly doesn't work. The two contrasts don't gel. This movie should of decided which track to take. The one thing I did love was the finale music score, and may'be Dyer's thankful demise, a little.
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