Wednesday, November 6, 2013

CALL GIRL (2012): 14-Year-Old Swedish [Teen] Nymphet Prostitutes

Here's Google's plot summary for Call Girl (2012): A madam (Pernilla August) who provides prostitutes to Swedish government officials recruits two 14-year-old cousins to service her powerful clientele.

Call Girl (2012), which played here in Manhattan at the The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, is a Swedish film that is based on the 1970s Bordellhärvan political scandal that linked prominent Swedish politicians, which allegedly included Prime Minister Olof Palme, to a prostitution ring that employed underage girls like 14-year-old Iris - the star of the film.

The film is a great example of how the "dark" side of ephebophilia can come to light when ephebophiles don't legally act upon their natural desires like Doug Hutchison and Elvis - both of whom met their wives when they were underage nymphets.

Doug met Courtney Stodden when she was 16, and Elvis met Priscilla when she was 14; however, Doug and Elvis eventually married their nymphets with the blessings of the nymphet's parents.

The Bordellhärvan scandal inspired a number of books and films like Råttornas vinter (1988), which, per IMDb, profiles fourteen-year-old Swedish prostitutes.

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