A non-glamorous portrayal of the lives of people who make their living at a strip club.A non-glamorous portrayal of the lives of people who make their living at a strip club.A non-glamorous portrayal of the lives of people who make their living at a strip club.
After reading other comments on this film I feel I have to defend it
This movie is a film that has a lot of heart to it in a industry where most women are viewed as tramps and bimbos this movie actually shows that strippers have their ups and downs just like women in every other profession. The plot may have lacked at times as other commenters have stated but at least this film is a breath of fresh air from many of the typical strippers being stalked and killed and explotative Cine-porn films out there. Strong performances from Sandra Oh and Jennifer Tilly and up and coming actress Charolette Anyanna is a stand-out as well. Please before you judge this film too harshly look at the other films that represent strippers in cinema as nothing more than T-n-A and you'll realize this movie is just trying to show them as women with the same joys and heartbreaks of life as everyone else.
- Nov 8, 2002
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