NC-17 | | Drama
The prostitute Liz works on the streets of Los Angeles. She recalls her life in flashback, when she marries an alcoholic man. She leaves him with their son. Then she works as waitress in a ... See full summary »
In one scene of the film, a clip from High Stakes (1989) is shown. Amos Kollek, writer/director of High Stakes, went on to direct Whore 2 (1994).
I must be some use to somebody. I mean, there must be a reason for me, right?
When Liz gives the finger to the anal-sex enthusiast in the opening scene, a person is walking through the tunnel toward her. When she turns around a moment later, the pedestrian disappears.
Credits have MCMLXXXXI for 1991, should read MCMXCI.
Available in three different versions: a 85 minutes NC17-rated version, originally released in US theaters; a 85 minutes R-rated video version, which features some cuts and is sometimes repackaged on video under the title "If you can't say it, see it"; and the uncut 92minutes version released in Europe.
$165,534 6 October 1991
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