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    Lusting Hours (1967)

    Lusting Hours (1967)

    The Call-Girl racket... The thrill-seeking housewives... The Street-Walkers... This is their lurid storyJan. 01, 1967USA73 Min.Not Rated
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    Presented as an inquiry into the ways of lust, this film is staged as a documentary. It moves from rural prostitution (the roadhouse) to pornographers, then on to streetwalkers, male hustlers, and high-class call girls. The madam runs the bordello, she depends on the photographer to supply her with pornography; he’s in the city, using his camera to lead him into depravity. The streetwalkers risk arrest from the cops and abuse from the johns. Even the call girls have a tough time: from their expenses to their lack of self-reflection. Their motto: “Live fast, die young, and make a beautiful corpse.”
    Original title Lusting Hours
    IMDb Rating 5.5 104 votes
    TMDb Rating 4 5 votes


    Lem Amero


    Michael Findlay isPartygoer / Call Girl's Client / Voices
    Partygoer / Call Girl's Client / Voices
    Roberta Findlay isProstitute / Street Girl / Call Girl / Voices (as Anna Riva)
    Prostitute / Street Girl / Call Girl / Voices (as Anna Riva)
    Jean Reynolds isProstitute
    Janet Banzet isLesbian Model
    Lesbian Model
    Sheila Britt isLesbian Model
    Lesbian Model
    Ron Skideri isMale Hustler
    Male Hustler
    Lem Amero isNarrator / Photographer / Male Hustler's Girlfriend
    Narrator / Photographer / Male Hustler's Girlfriend
    Rita Bennett isCall Girl (uncredited)
    Call Girl (uncredited)
    John Amero isInterviewer (uncredited)
    Interviewer (uncredited)

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