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Whores' Glory
매춘의 그림자
  • 포커스- 세계화의 오늘
Synopsis Whores’ Glory is a cinematic triptych on prostitution: three countries, three languages, three religions. In Thailand, women wait for clients behind glass panes, staring at reflections of themselves. In Bangladesh, men go to a ghetto of love to satisfy their unfulfilled desires. Also, in Mexico, women pray to a female death to avoid facing their own reality. In worlds where the most intimate act has become a commodity, these women have experienced everything that can happen between a man and a woman.
Director
Michael GLAWOGGER 미카엘 글라보거
Michael GLAWOGGER is a director, writer and cinematographer and his work in each of these roles displays a broad spectrum. His works range from the literary and the quirky comedies and to his essayist documentaries. He not only moved back and forth between cinematic forms and genres, but also between filmmaking, photography and writing. With Whores' Glory he completed his trilogy on the world of work.
Director Michael GLAWOGGER
Country Austria/Germany
Year 2011
Running Time 119min
Genre Documentary
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15