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WSU Student

A sick, pycho sex film for the perverts. What is the educational value of this film that is about prostitution?

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Danielle

You must have a pretty narrow definition of "educational value" if you think that sexual content automatically disqualifies a critically acclaimed film. Kanopy is an excellent streaming source for film students, for example, or other people who are informed enough to realize that a movie ...Read more

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Carter

"A sick, pycho sex film for the perverts."

That might be the greatest review I've ever read.

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Minami

Thanks for notifying us of the graphic content in this film. We have put a disclaimer in the synopsis so future viewers will be aware that this film could be potentially offensive to some audiences. We are proud to represent a wide variety of film in our catalog but understand that we should ...Read more

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sabino luevano

great movie!

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Bruno

Excellent!

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