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Written by Julian Casablancas & Nick Valensi
Performed by The Strokes
Published by BMG Gold Songs on behalf of itself and The Strokes Band Music
All rights administered by BMG Rights Management (US) LLC
Courtesy of RCA Records
By arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Licensed courtesy of Rough Trade Records Ltd (UK)
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The flick in and of itself was OK, pretty good. Entertaining, informative. Its basically about legalized prostitution thanks to The Doctor Psychologist, whom in this case was an intern's pimp and the intern got what, was of course, to be expected. I'm sure a true pro (a sex worker/prostitute) would find this movie fairly predicable--- "rote"--- somewhat amusing.
The direction of this flick was killer. Cut-up, yet linear. Not too far out. The acting perfect. Also, I don't think there was an opinion expressed by the director--- unless its what I got out of the movie--- which makes it subversive. Nice.
Can't remember much of the soundtrack, other than dialog, sounds of the environment etc.. When songs and music tend to be too remembered--- the flick itself probably minor. This flick kept it naked--- any music strictly incidental--- oh yeah, there was one cool scene where the intern wanna be seducer, did turn up some sound device playing New Order type corny disco (the song had great lyrics, I always keep subtitles on), with an am radio quality--- very nice.
By the way The intern's personal life seemed to have been a bit "weird" (whose isn't really). Kind of funny. Mother dead found in a ditch, hit and run or something? Brother probably needed sex therapy (not from the intern, but from her mentor--- an older chick;Oh wait. Was that guy her brother? Did she return to him? Check this flick out. Dang nice.
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