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Travels the globe to show how prostitutes really live and work today. The conclusion to internationally renowned director Michael Glawogger's globalization trilogy, following Megacities (1998) and Workingman's Death (2005), Whores' Glory depicts the skin trade in three economically divergent countries.
Kino Lorber Releases
A documentary by Michael Glawogger, on DVD
"PHENOMENAL... A mesmerizing mix of journalism and art." - New York Magazine (Critics' Pick) "A bracing, at times horrifyingly intimate documentary." - Time Out London "Visually stunning." - Time Out New York "...like the films of Frederick Wiseman, enlightening, sublimely uncomfortable, and necessary all the same." - The Village Voice
New York, NY - January 2, 2012 - Kino Lorber is proud to announce the DVD release of Whores' Glory, a documentary by Michael Glawogger that provides an eye-opening exploration in to the oldest profession in the world.
Kino Lorber released the film theatrically earlier in 2012, and now Whores' Glory comes to DVD, with a street date of January 8th, and a SRP of $29.95. The DVD also includes trailers and a stills gallery.
Whores' Glory travels the globe to show how prostitutes really live and work today. The conclusion to internationally renowned director Michael Glawogger's globalization trilogy, following Megacities (1998) and Workingman's Death (2005), Whores' Glory depicts the skin trade in three economically divergent countries.
In Bangkok, Thailand, women punch a clock and wait for clients in a brightly lit glass box. In the red-light district of Faridpur, Bangladesh, a madam haggles over the price of a teenage girl, and in the border town of Reynosa, Mexico, crack-addicted women pray to a deity named Lady Death.
It is a "daring, novelistic and unforgettable" (Salon.com) documentary that is both shocking and shockingly beautiful, and will change the way you think about the sex industry in the modern era.
Presented in 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround
2012 Germany/Austria 119 Min. Color Anamorphic (1:85:1) Not Rated
In Bengali, Spanish, Thai, German, French and Japanese with English subtitles
Director: Michael Glawogger
Street date: January 8, 2012
Posted by: News Editor - January 22, 2013, 8:36 am - PR
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