[Being interviewed by the police after the raid on the brothel]
It's just like a Tupperware party, really. But I sell sex instead of plastic containers. If the wives were willing, I'd be out of a job, wouldn't I? But they go off sex - they'd rather sell Tupperware, ha-bloody-ha. Sex soon goes out of a marriage. I'm a bit old-fashioned, really - I believe in marriage. Men are animals, sexually. They don't talk a *bit* of sense till you've got them de-spunked. Women are more affectionate. They ...
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The cast and crew credits are intermingled: successive screens of credits show snapshot photographs of the main characters and the actors who played them, and at the bottom of each screen a few random crew credits are included. See more »
Bless This House
Sung by John Parry
Composed by Mary Brahe & Helen Taylor
By permission of Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishing See more »
Having watched this film I need to ask why, when nobody in that 'disorderly house' was at any point abused in any way against their will, was there any need for the raid by police and prosecution. The moral prudishness that seemed to justify this is not seen when unwilling victims are assaulted, such as at workplace initiation or in many cases by bro called birthday stripp o grams. Many of these leave victims devastated, but are barely seen as wrong. I think the Brita have a very twisted idea of what is right and wrong.
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