Whipped | Chicago Reader


Mistress Carrie, one of the three professional dominatrixes profiled in Sasha Waters and Iana Porter's documentary, met her husband when she answered an ad for an artist's model; in the movie he accuses her of taking advantage of her clients' neuroses, but she points out that the service she provides them is in a sense an inversion of the work she did for him. Mistress Ava Taurel has a companion who appears to be more at home with her career. When he speaks about their relationship, his complaints are less hypocritical and more mundane: when she asks him to hand her a pair of stockings, he gives her the wrong ones, and after she criticizes him he complains that she wasn't precise enough in the first place. Scenes like this, which are at least as intimate as the clients' session the filmmakers were also invited to record, suggest that the participants trust Waters and Porter, who don't treat the subject matter as if they have to defend it—an intelligent approach.

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