Another Day, Another Man (1967)

Genres - Adult  |   Sub-Genres - Sexploitation  |   Run Time - 84 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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A true low point of cult filmmaker Doris Wishman's long exploitation career, this nearly incomprehensible roughie leaves even many of the director's fans scratching their heads. The plot concerns Steve (Tony Gregory) and his new bride Ann (Barbi Kemp), whose present is as shady as her past. Ann and her old roommate Tess were prostitutes working for the slimy Burt, who has bizarre dreams about twins, showers, and nude dancing. When Steve falls ill, Ann goes back to work for Burt, wearing an amazing see-through body stocking. While Tess gets pregnant, Steve discovers Ann's profession and commits suicide. All the while, Wishman's camera flies around the sets ignoring the actors. Instead, the focus is on plants, walls, floors, and even trash cans, perhaps to cover the lack of synchronized dialogue, or perhaps because the cinematographer kept falling over from laughing at the ridiculous goings-on. Whatever the case, even Wishman completists may want to skip this one.

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prostitute/prostitution, roommate, suicide, pimp