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"I'm a communist. I don't drink Coca-Cola."

"What do you know about hookers? I respect them. It's a job."

The alternately ecstatic and repulsive last gasp of youth before entrance into a lifetime of subjugating oneself to power. Like many of Denis' films, often little more (and nothing less) than a catalogue of ways of being touched.

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