Slovenia girls cam free
She is definitely one of many reasons to see this remarkable film.
Director Kozole creates a stunning mise-en-scene – delivering image after image that seems to have much of the colour drained from it.
Laura is a 19-year-old university freshman who desperately wants to do well in school.
She works a part-time job but cannot make ends meet.
Guest Review By Greg Klymkiw The most alarming trend in Eastern Europe since the fall of Communism has been the sexual exploitation of women.
In spite of the promise of a new life through capitalism and the free market, pretty much all of these countries have suffered a drastic rise in poverty and homelessness.
Focusing upon the lives of several poor 14-year-old girls, it is an exquisitely directed piece of filmmaking.
Using a swirling, occasionally jittery camera and settings that offer stunning contrasts between the colour-dappled world of the mall where the girls find true happiness and the dank hallways and scuzzy, cramped apartments in housing projects where the grime and poverty ache with despair, Roslaniec creates a visual palate that reflects the dichotomous lives of the girls – both the dreams (the mall, consumerism and easy money) and the realities (squalid homes where physical abuse and poverty run rampant, cramped classrooms presided over by frustrated teachers and sordid backdrops for all manner of sexual activity).
She controls her destiny, even though it means she must shut herself down – almost machine-like – when she is either with clients or when she is hiding her secret life from those around her.“Mall Girls”, a Polish film by director Katarzyna Roslaniec, is a terrific companion piece to “Slovenian Girl”.She escapes but she is facing mounting mortgage payments.