House of Tolerance
am I the only one who feels those bluesy song choices were grating to the film? as if the characters were actually listening to it when the movie takes place in 1900. it makes the scenes feel a little cheesey. I guess Bonello didn't want classical throughout the entire film. perhaps with the film's ending suggests the prostitution theme is much more timeless? and maybe the song's work. despite that, it's perfect.