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Stripshow (1996)

R | | Drama
A stripper leaves the business with millions when her wealthy, elderly patron dies. She tries to patch things up with her old boyfriend while serving as mentor to a stripper who is new to the business.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Raquel
Steve Tietsort ... Cowboy
... Kara
Robert Arron ... Johnny
Bill Trillo ... Indian
James E. Martin ... Byron
Gary Dean Orona ... Rocker
Christina Ruiz ... Waitress #1
Laurel A. Johnson ... Waitress #2
Kelli Hoffman ... Dancer
Erich Baker ... Club Patron
Jesse Chavez ... Club Patron
Dean Christopher ... Club Patron
... Club Patron
Allen Eakle ... Club Patron
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A stripper leaves the business with millions when her wealthy, elderly patron dies. She tries to patch things up with her old boyfriend while serving as mentor to a stripper who is new to the business.

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Rated R for strong sexuality and some language | See all certifications »
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An episode of "Scariest Places on Earth" gave some backstory on the making of this film: production was slightly plagued by apparent paranormal events. Monique Parent was subject to an unexplained sunburn during the shoot, and strange sounds and images appeared on the film at some points. See more »

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Featured in Autopsie d'un film érotique (1999) See more »

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Biscuit
Written & Performed by Pull
Centipede Records
Published by Planet Avalon Music
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Surprisingly good
18 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

An aging stripper (Tan'e McClure) comes into a $2 million inheritance and seizes the opportunity to leave the business and resume her previous "normal" life. What she finds is a reluctant ex-boyfriend who resents her tainted past and a young aspiring stripper on her way to Vegas. The interaction among these characters forms the bulk of the film, and it's mostly fascinating to watch. Some extended softcore sex scenes are thrown in for good measure, but they don't detract from the script's worthiness and the thoughtful direction. At times, the existentialist nature of the story and its presentation reminded me of a Bergman film, and the Death Valley locations are used to excellent effect, to convey the characters' inner turmoil (shades of Erich Von Stroheim's "Greed"). All around, an independent film I can strongly recommend.


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