Saturday, November 15, 2014

CHLOE (1996): A 15-Year-Old Nymphet Prostitute


Here's Amazon's synopsis for Chloé (1996): 

Highly controversial and previously unavailable in North America, Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard sizzles as the young and naive [15-year-old] high school student named Chloe. Her desire for a new and exciting life leads her to a charming stranger [i.e., pimp] in the streets of Paris.
The focus of this made for television French film appears to be on the nymphet being tricked into prostitution and her pimp's cold blooded and abusive behavior. First of all, as Royal related in the international best-seller The Pimp Game, pimps are inherently cold blooded and abusive; so, the pimp's foul behavior shouldn't have been surprising. 

But what appears to be overlooked in this film is that the high school student fell madly in love with the middle-aged "charming stranger" before she discovered that he was a pimp. The nymphet became a prostitute to help her much older lover financially, which is not the only way but it's a common way for girls to become prostitutes; however, most pimps are not as deceptive as the pimp in this film. 

This film is a great example of the dark side of ephebophilia, which is the title of a new chapter in the upcoming 2nd edition of The Allure of Nymphets. Chloé was very popular with the johns due to her young age and her pimp even arranged to have her sold to some Swedes!