Showgirls is infamous bad and manages to portray its sex workers as crazy, greedy, lecherous, murderous and ridiculous all at once — though, to be fair, that applies to nearly every character in the film, sex worker or not. One big difference between Hustlers and these earlier films it that Hustlers is an excellent film. Movies are never one-hundred percent accurate portrayals of anything. That said, I think the way Hustlers portrays the ins and out of life as an exotic dancer is realistic and compassionate.
In 'Hustlers,' Jennifer Lopez stars as a stripper who teams up with her fellow workers to survive the Great Recession. She befriends single mother Ramona Jennifer Lopez , a much more established dancer who takes her under her wing. When the recession hits, the two team up to scam their Wall Street banker patrons, enlisting the help of other club employees in the process. But perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of the film is that it focuses on a community that is rarely, if ever, deemed worthy of the big-budget studio treatment: Women who do sex work. Jacqueline Frances, a longtime stripper and comedian who built a following on Instagram as Jacq the Stripper, was also hired to serve as a consultant on the film.
Instead of rejecting all that seemed misogynistic and corrupt in society, Gen Xers set out to subvert those institutions from within. Suddenly, pole dancing classes were being offered at gyms across America, while Page Six party girls and self-made porn stars were being treated as celebrities. Things are safer when the women work together — as Destiny starts to do with Ramona — which also makes it easier to coax more cash out of their human ATMs. And then the economy tanks.
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