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Whore 2 (1994)

R | | Drama | 28 January 1994 (USA)
Jack sets himself up in the Hotel St James to work on his book on prostitution in New York. Along the way he meets and grows fond of Mary Lou.

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Nancy McPherson ...
Nancy McPherson
Pat 'Delightful' Kelly ...
Pat 'Delightful' Kelly
Sylvia Hill ...
Sylvia Hill
Mari Nelson ...
Mary Lou
Stacy Goodwin ...
Stacy Goodwin
Abelardo 'Chino' Coimbre ...
Abelardo 'Chino' Coimbre
Gilbert Giles ...
Vernon
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Lori
Kathy White ...
Kathy White
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Jack
Jessica Sager ...
Susan
Alicia Miller ...
Tino
Erin McMurtry ...
Lisa
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Bob
Phil Parolisi ...
Tony
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Jack sets himself up in the Hotel St James to work on his book on prostitution in New York. Along the way he meets and grows fond of Mary Lou.

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, and for violence and drug use
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Most of the "actresses" playing prostitutes in the film are real-life prostitutes. See more »

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Follows Whore (1991) See more »

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Let It Rain
Music and Lyrics by Alison Gordy
Published by Alison Blonde and Blue Music Co. (ASCAP)
Performed by Alison Gordy, Jamey Heath, Sami Yaffa, Josh Roy Brown, and Chris Musto
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One of the most true to life films of all time
5 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

This film is one of my all time personal favorites. It captures perfectly both the pleasure and pain to be bought and sold on the seedier inner city streets. You feel as if you are actually there, simultaneously repelled and attracted to the parallel universe in which these characters live. Anyone who has ever wondered what the world of drugs and prostitution is really like need look no further than this movie. I found myself full of both pity and envy for the characters in this film. I was shocked and saddened by the lives of these women, yet somehow found myself wanting to be a part of their world. The ordinarily ho-hum Amos Kollek has created his masterwork here. It is a shame that such an absorbing and enlightening film is hidden under soft core like box art and a direct to video non-sequel title. Truly a hidden gem. A must see.


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