Black & White & Sex
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Black & White & Sex
Producer John Winter (Rabbit-Proof Fence) makes his directorial debut with this unconventional film-within-a-film about a sex worker (played by eight different actresses) who reveals disarming truths about the oldest profession.

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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"With its hopscotch structure and cracker performances, Black & White & Sex eventually succeeds at turning its rather circumspect beginnings into a fascinating whole."
‑ Glenn Dunks, Onya Magazine
"Foreplay, penetration, orgasms and happy endings are the pitstops of this ambitious, fearless film... It's confronting, intriguing, sensual and utterly complicated, as only men, women, life and sex can be"
‑ Louise Keller, Urban Cinefile
"Writer/director John Winter's strange and seductive vaudevillian one setting power play between a sex worker and a male interviewee is black and white only in a literal sense."
‑ Luke Buckmaster, Crikey
"Bravura filmmaking on a taboo subject ... rips off the covers and thrusts us into the open volcano of the sex worker's inner persona"
‑ Andrew L. Urban, Urban Cinefile
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