Whore’s Glory came out in 2011. I’m not sure if it just recently was released to netflix or if it’s just new to me. Either way I fell in love with it. Here’s a snippit with some pretty beautiful soundtrack. Where we meet (whores’ glory poem) Maike Rosa Vogel feat. Konstantin Gropper and sounds sort of folky but young, indie, electronica, ect according to last.fm.
Sometime around 2008? I watched a different documentary series with my college roommate. It was the one that took place in American cities and had a scene where the girls lived behind trap doors in massage parlors. The film exposed the fucked up-ness of the situations but never really focused on life stories or group dynamics within whore houses.
The reality TV series based on the prostitutes in Nevada doesn’t even come close to the intensity that Whores’ Glory provides. I also found it interesting that the director found it relevant that all of the cultures had a fixation on religion and superstition.
PS. Remember when I said I would add a Spotify playlist? No? Okay, here it is! If I don’t post for awhile this might have a better chance of being updated. Super nonexistent prize for the one who can name which song on the playlist is related to North Korea. I would be really super flattered if you just gave it a listen or ooo, better yet!… follow. It’s only a few tracks a week, the best or most influential of each album.