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Lusting Hours (1967)

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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 ... See full summary »

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John Amero, Lem Amero
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Complete credited cast:
Roberta Findlay ... Prostitute / Street Girl / Call Girl / Voices (as Anna Riva)
Michael Findlay ... Partygoer / Call Girl's Client / Voices (as Julien Marsh)
Jean Reynolds Jean Reynolds ... Prostitute
Jim Stanton Jim Stanton ... Muscleman
Vi Lean Vi Lean ... Rich Lady
Steve Roule Steve Roule ... Bathroom John (as Harrison Carroll)
Cindy Freemont Cindy Freemont ... Stripper
Janet Banzet Janet Banzet ... Lesbian Model (as Kay Rice)
Sheila Britt Sheila Britt ... Lesbian Model (as Lena Lamont)
Ron Skideri Ron Skideri ... Male Hustler (as Don Lockwood)
Fay Howard Fay Howard ... Madame
Satch Gould Satch Gould
Lem Amero Lem Amero ... Narrator / Photographer / Male Hustler's Girlfriend (as Gun Gun Sharper)
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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." Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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The Call-Girl racket... The thrill-seeking housewives... The Street-Walkers... This is their lurid story!

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Pseudo-documentary lacks thrills
30 November 2008 | by lastliberalSee all my reviews

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.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Wanting Hours See more »

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(DVD)

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Mono
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