Daughters of Luck | Chicago Reader

Daughters of Luck

Searching for better fortunes, Natasza leaves her weak, alcoholic husband in Russia and travels with her teenage daughter to Warsaw, where she sells herself to an assortment of corrupt, capitalistic men in order to pay for the girl's violin lessons. The material cries out for the irony of a Douglas Sirk, as Natasza faces the emotional void behind the soft-porn glitz, but the film's predictable mix of fantasy and degradation plays like a Danielle Steel miniseries. Marta Meszaros directed.


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