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"This was a rewarding, complex and ultimately enigmatic experience in which one was moved to think, but not necessarily to feel. Expressionistic, and mostly subject to spontaneous, almost improvised scenes - some of which work well (the awkward dinner conversations) and others not at all (the irritating "male" bonding aboard the executive jet) - it is never less than involving and often truly perplexing. Sasha Gray is excellent and brings a rounded, sad, complex woman to life, whilst the clients she serves are mostly viewed sympathetically and as people - all be it flawed ones. A genuine indy success, and admirably restrained in resisting the tempation to be more obviously salacious"

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