The Life (Yo puta)(I, Whore)
The Life (Yo puta)(I, Whore) (2004)

A young writer named Elisabeth (unseen except for a voice-over) decides to write her newest book on the world's oldest profession: prostitution. Based in Los Angeles, Elisabeth travels the world interviewing dozens of prostitutes… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: February 8, 2005
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Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

A shallow film.

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

Whore isn't titillating enough to appeal to the raincoat crowd nor weighty enough to warrant serious appraisal.

Dave Kehr
New York Times

Whore, directed by the Spanish filmmaker who uses the pseudonym Luna, is a tedious, not-at-all titillating exploitation film.

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Ken Fox
TV Guide's Movie Guide

Is there anything remotely new left to be said about the world's oldest profession? Perhaps, but Spanish director Maria Lidon's glossy film, which sets sleekly staged interviews with European prostitutes within a fictional story, never finds the words.

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Leslie Camhi
Village Voice

The subjects can be amusing, chilling, or tragic -- but in the end, they offer few surprises.

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Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle

Director Russell is gifted with an eye for the extreme, but sometimes he gets ahead of himself, thinking that odd camera angles and crude delivery will save a threadbare plot.

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