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It was love at first sound when Adela Johnson (Sue Ramirez), an experienced prostitute, met Ram (RK Bagatsing), a newbie call boy, as they had loud paid sex separately in adjacent motel rooms. They came, they saw, they conquered, and they came again. Their mentor-mentee set-up seems like a dreamy porn film...until one of them begins to want more than just loveless lovemaking.
This popped up on my Netflix page, and I thought I'd give it a shot. Let me tell you, I loved it! The acting is incredible, first of all, and the storyline isn't your cliche love romance, it actually discusses a lot of the problems and taboos in being a sex worker. The writing was really phenomenal, it just felt so real. The cinematography and aesthetics of this movie is great too! Overall, DEFINITELY give this movie a shot.
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