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Girls to Buy

Poland 2021
produced by
Dorota Rabczewska, Emil Stepien for Ent One Studios
directed by Maria Sadowska
starring Paulina Galazka, Katarzyna Figura, Katarzyna Sawczuk, Olga Kalicka, Giulio Berruti, Józef Pawlowski, Andrea Preti, Iacopo Ricciotti, Luca Molinari, Tomasz Sobczak, Beata Scibakówna, Jan Englert, Aleksandra Justa, Michal Wolny, Marek Walczyk, Philippe Barbieri, Grzegorz Ciagardlak, Sebastian Konrad, Alicja Blicharz, Sandra Rozwandowicz, Weronika Dzierzynska, Antonina Jarnuszkiewicz, Katarzyna Szklarczyk, Sandra Dorsz, Joanna Bogacka, Magdalena Brocki, Iga Kozinska, Waleria Gorobets, Agnieszka Wasilewska, Anna Karczmarczyk, Kornelia Strzelecka, Anna Wojdas, Agata Nizinska, Hanna Koczewska, Dominika Skoczylas, Kinga Jasik, Katarzyna Pospiech, Sylwia Sokolowska, Didier Azede, Mark Tysper, Oliwia Buczkowska, Rania Aleksandra Al Nashif, Michal Wlodarczyk, Anita Jancia, Aniela Bogusz, Paulina Pastuszczak, Dominik Sucharski, Michal Kasprzak, Gabriel Piotrowski, Michal Piróg, Adrian Labnowski, Dorota Rabczewska, Maria Sadowska, Magdalena Lubacz, Marcela Leszczak, Laura Bulkin, Katarzyna Witt, Dominic Knight, Ryszard Chlebus, Pawel Parszczewski, Wojciech Garwolinski, Wiktoria Jasinska, Sebastian Skalski, Lulu Malina, Laure Dabo
written by Dimitrij Potochnik (= Mitja Okorn), Lucas Coleman (= Peter Pasyk), Max Turell (= Jan Belcl), music by Dominik Buczkowski, Patryk Kumór

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Once upon a time, there was a beauty queen, Emi (Paulina Galazka), who didn't really know what to do with her beauty - until she met fellow beauty queen Marianka (Katarzyna Sawczuk) and her ambitious mother Dorota (Katarzyna Figura), who were more than eager to take her under her wing - and turn her into a high class prostitute. Now for many girls this would have been the beginning of a downward spiral, but Emi's smart, and before long, she figures out the workings of Dorota's organisation, rises in the ranks and ultimately becomes Dorota's business partner. And the clients take to Emi more than to Dorota as she's the one who's also willing to put out should need be. And when they meet with Sam (Giulio Berruti), a pimp with primarily Arabian clientele, he definitely chooses Emi over Dorota, which also includes an affair between the two of them. Feeling left out of the lucrative deal, Dorota tries to take some shots against Emi, something that totally backfires with Emi cutting all ties with her, handling business on her own - and so successfully so that she soon doesn't have to put out herself anymore. Things are going so great though that they just have to come crashing down, when at the same day Emi's almost raped by an Arabian prince (Andrea Preti) and one of her girls (Olga Kalicka) commits suicide because she couldn't handle the pressure anymore. But Emi finds a way out with Bartek (Józef Parlowski), son of a rich family who unaware of her past loves her who she is - and so Emi abandons her business, marries Bartek, they have a daughter, and - of course her past comes haunting her eventualy ...

 

A rather powerful drama that works quite so well because it does not paint a black-and-white picture, because it doesn't judge and try to drive home some wholesome message. Instead it tells its story to basically do just that, tell a powerful and engaging story. Likewise the direction never goes to extremes: Sure, some scenes are glitzy to gaudy but never more so than they need to be for narrative purposes, while all the nudity and sex (and there's less than you'd expect given the movie's subject matter) always support the story. And what probably really makes the movie, not only do all the actors look their parts, the acting's also on point throughout to make this one pretty engaging and also very watchable drama.

 

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