ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER MAN

Doris Wishman, USA, 1966, JM, Sexploitation

“For a walk on the sordid side, take a gander at ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER MAN, in which lady of the evening Tess tries to explain to prudish friend Ann why being a hooker ain't so bad after all.

Naturally, financial disaster forces Ann to take up hooking for Tess' ‘employer’ Bert just to make ends meet, and it all leads where such things must -- disaster! Sex doesn't pay, at least in Wishman's world, but it's so darn fun on the road to ruin that few will care about the message.

Unlike the soapy dramas being churned out by Hollywood at the time, Wishman's roughie morality plays make no attempts at pandering to the masses like, say, PEYTON PLACE.” (Nathaniel Thompson, Mondo Digital)

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  • 71 min.
  • B/W
  • 1.37:1

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