30 November 2008 | lastliberal
Pseudo-documentary lacks thrills
Maybe someone thought it would be a good idea to use a documentary style to cover their sexploitation. If so, they missed the mark as this was way more documentary than sexploitation.
It covered the sex trade in rural areas, streetwalkers in the city, and call girls. It was interesting in the variety of services it covered, but there was nothing that my granny would object to watching.
I was surprised when I saw that Michael and Roberta Findlay were involved; not as directors, but as actors. Maybe if Findlay had directed, it would have been a more titillating experience.
A real disappointment.